Licking County Crime Stoppers is asking the public for help in solving a robbery in Heath, and it is offering a reward of up to one thousand dollars.
The Heath Police Department says the robbery took place between December 23rd and December 24th at the Davis Shai House on Central Parkway. A press release indicates that tools and law care equipment was taken that totaled thousands of dollars.
If you have any information, you are asked to call 740-349-6888.
The Zanesville Police Department says it doesn't have any suspects at this time involved in a robbery that took place last night.
Sergeant Chris Phipps says officers responded to the incident at 344 Linn Street. Scanner traffic indicated two black men broke through the home's front door. Phipps says he can't release a description of the men yet, other than they were wearing black and blue bandanas.
He says there were several individuals home at the time of the robbery, but no one...
The Newark Police Department is asking for the public's help and Licking County Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to one thousand dollars for information that will help solve a January robbery.
It happened on January 14th near the intersection of West Church and North Fourth Streets.
A press release indicates that three white men pushed another man to the ground, assaulted him, and robbed him. They took the man's wallet and a GPS tracking device.
Zanesville Police says they are continuing to investigate an overnight armed robbery. It happened at the Starfire Gas Station at 727 Pershing Road. Detective Sergeant Ric Roush says just before 11:00 a white male and a black male, armed with a handgun, demanded the store’s cash. Roush says they fled on foot with an undetermined amount of money. Both suspects wore bandanas over their faces and were wearing hoodies. No other details are being released. Roush says anyone with information...
Three men accused of robbing a Cambridge bank earlier this month appeared in Guernsey County Common Pleas Court Monday for an arraignment hearing.
Court officials say 21-year-old Terrence White Junior and 20-year-olds Rashawn Buggs and Maurice Zigler of Columbus pleaded not guilty to multiple charges including aggravated robbery, kidnapping, grand theft and felonious assault.
Police say the three men robbed the WesBanco branch on Wheeling Avenue on December...
A Guernsey County Grand Jury has indicted three men accused of robbing a Cambridge bank.
According to a press release from Prosecutor Dan Padden, 21-year-old Terrence White Jr. and 20-year-olds Rahawn Buggs and Maurice Zigler of Columbus are facing multiple charges including aggravated robbery, kidnapping, grand theft and felonious assault.
Authorities say the men robbed WesBanco on Wheeling Avenue last Friday morning with an AK-47.
Three men with an assualt rifle robbed a Cambridge bank Friday morning.
The Cambridge Police Department says that three men robbed Wesbanco on Wheeling Avenue in Cambridge around 9:30 AM.
"From what I was told by the Cambridge Police Department, they were wearing dark clothing, hoodies and I believe may have been wearing masks," says Sgt. Clark Felix with the Zanesville Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.