Five Clermont County teens are accused in a multi-state crime spree.
Several vehicles were stolen in Ohio and Kentucky, according to the Clermont County Sheriff’s Office, and five teens were eventually arrested in Tennessee.
The thefts happened Thursday and Friday. The first happened in Stonelick Township in Clermont County, and continued through Williamsburg and Union townships.
Of the four vehicles stolen, the sheriff’s office said three were recovered, the last being found in Grant County, Kentucky, where the suspects stole another car and continued southbound, officials said.
Just before 1 p.m. Friday, the stolen truck from Grant County was found in Jefferson County, Tennessee.
Deputies said five Clermont County teens suspected in the string of vehicle thefts were taken into custody.
The teens are being held in Jefferson County bending extradition back to Ohio.
The Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office is looking for the silver vehicle captured in this video in connection with a Navarre crime spree over the weekend. (Courtesy: SRSO’s Facebook page)
The Santa Rosa County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a silver vehicle they believe to have been used in connection to vandalized property in Navarre over the weekend, and they’re not the only ones interested in bringing the perpetrators down.
Homes, vehicles and other property were significantly damaged with spray paint overnight on Saturday. On Sunday, deputies said they received multiple reports of criminal mischief in the Whispering Pines area of
WAKULLA COUNTY, Fla. (WTXL) –UPDATE 2:56 PM 11/22/2017 – The search continues for two escaped inmates from Wakulla County after one was arrested in North Carolina.
Authorities are still searching for Joel Teraill Cooper and Donald James Cotterman.
According to WBTV’s report, the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office believes all three men may have been involved in the theft of a 2007 Pacifica recreational vehicle that was stolen from Rowan County. Deputies said the vehicle was taken out of state.
The Sheriff’s Office says that there is evidence showing the three men may have been involved in several property crimes in Georgia, Virginia as well as Rowan County.