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Police: Man swiped ‘anything of value’ in multi-county crime spree

Deputies are sorting a large assortment of laptops, tablets, golf clubs, televisions, credit cards and other items at the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office after a South Lyon man was arrested Sept. 22 in connection to a long string of thefts in several counties, police said.

Robert Lee Juel, 23, was arraigned Sept. 22 in connection to larcenies, break-ins and illegal credit card use across Livingston County. 

He faces felony charges of identity theft and stealing or retaining a financial transaction device (credit card), and is currently lodged at Livingston County Jail on $100,000 bond.

The charges are related to purchases made with the stolen credit cards, said Det. Sgt.

Read more at: http://www.livingstondaily.com/story/news/2017/09/29/police-man-swiped-anything-value-multi-county-crime-spree/716076001/

Deputy-involved shooting ends crime spree, Osceola County …

A crime spree by two juveniles and an adult from South Florida came to a halt when an Osceola County deputy shot toward a car which officials said was barreling toward the deputy, the sheriff’s office said.

Osceola County deputies said Dominique Chavoreya Knight-Lewis, 24, a 16-year-old and 17-year-old from Pembroke Pines committed a robbery at Bealls Outlet at 3227 S. John Young Parkway. The Orlando Sentinel typically does not name juveniles accused of crimes.

Deputies and detectives searching for the trio found them at the Speedway Gas Station across the street from the store. Knight-Lewis and the teens tried to drive away but crashed the silver Toyota they drove into a deputy’s vehicle, Sheriff’s Office spokesman Major Jacob Ruiz said.

Officials said when deputies approached the car, the driver of the Toyota then aimed the car toward toward them and started driving, he said. One of the deputies feared injury or death

Read more at: http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/breaking-news/os-osceola-deputy-involved-shooting-20170921-story.html

Deputy-involved shooting ends crime spree, Osceola County Sheriff’s Office says

A crime spree venture by two juveniles and an adult from South Florida came to a halt when an Osceola County deputy shot toward the stolen car they drove, the sheriff’s office said.

Osceola County deputies said Dominique Chavoreya Knight-Lewis, 24, a 16-year-old and 17-year-old from Pembroke Pines committed a robbery at Bealls Outlet at 3227 S. John Young Parkway before running into a deputy’s vehicle. The Orlando Sentinel typically does not name juveniles accused of crimes.

Deputies and detectives searching for the trio found them at the Speedway Gas Station across the street from the store. Knight-Lewis and the teens tried to drive away but crashed the silver Toyota they drove into a deputy’s vehicle, Sheriff’s Office spokesman Major Jacob Ruiz said.

Officials said the driver of the Toyota then sped the car toward deputies who were walking in their direction, Ruiz said. One of the deputies feared for life and shot

Read more at: http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/breaking-news/os-osceola-deputy-involved-shooting-20170921-story.html

Smash and grab crime spree in northeast Franklin County

The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office is investigating three crimes at one company in the same week. Offense reports reveal the trouble began last Thursday at Awesome Family Entertainment in the 2500 block of Johnstown Road northeast of the city of Columbus.

Owner, Curtis Lovell, said a store manager came to work Friday morning and discovered someone smashed out a window to a company van and stolen a gas credit card. Lovell said he tried to take the incident in stride, but the thieves returned just before 2 a.m. Monday morning and used a cement block to smash through the front doo. This time they stole five generators worth thousands of dollars. Surveillance cameras inside the store failed to capture the suspects’ faces because they wrapped T-shirts around their heads, but a camera outside the business captured a clear shot of one the

Read more at: http://www.10tv.com/article/smash-and-grab-crime-spree-northeast-franklin-county

Pueblo County crime spree update

After further investigation into a Aug. 25 crime spree in southern Pueblo County, an arrest warrant for man originally listed as a suspect in it has been canceled.

Inaccurate information provided by witnesses led to a warrant being issued for Jacob Rivera, 21. According to the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office, Rivera’s warrant has been canceled and he is not considered a suspect in the spree.

The investigation is ongoing.

Read more at: http://www.chieftain.com/news/pueblo/pueblo-county-crime-spree-update/article_ba51775a-c31d-59d9-965c-dbed18f7fd2e.html

Pueblo County crime spree update | Pueblo Chieftain

After further investigation into a Aug. 25 crime spree in southern Pueblo County, an arrest warrant for man originally listed as a suspect in it has been canceled.

False information provided by a second suspect led to a warrant being issued for Jacob Rivera, 21, of Pueblo. Rivera’s warrant has been canceled and he is not considered a suspect in the spree, according to a spokeswoman for the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office.

Information about a suspect search was distributed to news media outlets Monday by the sheriff’s office. Subsequently, a story incorrectly listed Rivera as a suspect in Tuesday’s edition of The Pueblo Chieftain

On Thursday, the sheriff’s office spokeswoman said the investigation into the incident is continuing.

Read more at: http://www.chieftain.com/news/crime/pueblo-county-crime-spree-update/article_ba51775a-c31d-59d9-965c-dbed18f7fd2e.html