The Licking County Crime Stoppers are asking for your help regarding break-ins at two Johnstown-Monroe schools.
A reward of up to $1,000 is being offered to anyone with information leading to arrests in the case. According to the Johnstown Police Department, the break-ins took place overnight on June 3rd at Oregon Elementary School and Adams Middle School. The suspect or suspects stole cash and two iPad Minis from an office at Adams Middle School and set off a fire...
There were a reported 48 break-ins last month alone.
According to the Zanesville Police Department, the break-ins span throughout the entire city. Captain Tony Coury says of the 48, there have been 10 break-ins to garages and out buildings, and 3 have been in the area of Taylor and Bell Streets.
Everything from lawn mowers to power tools have been stolen. Coury says the cause for the increase is most likely due to high drug usage in the area and the poor economy.
A Nashport woman pleads guilty to around 20 charges related to break-ins across two counties.
39-year-old Tammy Lewis made the plea in Muskingum County Common Pleas Court Monday. Lewis pled guilty to multiple charges of breaking and entering, theft, and possession of criminal tools, along with vandalism and tampering with coin machine charges.
Lewis was arrested in September after the Muskingum County Sheriff's Office and Crooksville Police Department say they caught her and two...
Zanesville police arrest three people of interest in connection with a string of recent car and business break-ins, however they believe there could be more individuals involved.
Wednesday around 6 p.m., Zanesville police officers apprehended three Zanesville residents who they had been investigating in relation to numerous break-ins around the city. Police took a 31 year old male, a 33 year old female, and a 34 year old man into custody.
A 40-year-old man pleads guilty to eight counts in Muskingum County Common Pleas Court.
Robert Johnson faced four counts of breaking and entering, two theft counts of less than $500, and two theft counts of more than $500.
The Zanesville Police Department indicates Johnson was involved in two break-ins at gas stations on West Main Street back on June 4th. Detective Sergeant Ric Roush says he also broke into the Certified Gas Station on June 5th and State Street Market on June...