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Police: Man’s interstate crime spree included Winchester Golf Club burglaries

WINCHESTER, Ind. – An Ohio man already facing a neglect-of-a-dependent charge in Randolph County now stands accused of twice breaking into the Winchester Golf Club.

Jason Duane Amspaugh, 31 – of rural Union City – is preliminarily charged with burglary, theft and criminal mischief in break-ins at the golf course, 985 S. Simpson Drive, last Aug. 9 and Sept. 10.

He also faces numerous theft and burglary allegations in western Ohio counties.

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Detective Charles Hoover of the Winchester Police Department investigated a possible connection to three similar burglaries at Arrowhead Golf Club in Shelby County, Ohio.

On Jan. 21, Amspaugh was arrested in Celina, Ohio, after he allegedly tried to run down a

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Police end man’s crime spree

A one-man crime spree in Rocky Mount came to an end late last week with the capture of a career stick-up man.

Shamir Antorrio Watson, 37, was charged by the Rocky Mount Police Department with nine criminal counts, including being a habitual violent offender, armed robbery, larceny of a motor vehicle, breaking and entering and hit-and-run.

Watson, also known by his street name Mirror, stands accused of knocking over two local Dollar General stores, a Circle K and a Fuel Doc on Cokey Road.

“He’s been hitting us pretty hard,” said police spokesman Cpl. Brad Summerlin.

The habitual felon charge might end Watson’s long streak of catch and release. In and out of prison since he was a teenager, Watson was released in May 2003 after his first serious stretch and arrested a couple of months later. He was released again June 4, 2006, and arrested on Aug. 3, 2006. After years behind bars,

Read more at: http://www.rockymounttelegram.com/Police/2018/02/18/Police-end-local-man-s-crime-spree.html

Police: Thieves steal man’s car, then burglarize his home in cross-state crime spree

Richmond Police are looking for a bold thief and his female accomplice after a cross-state crime spree Monday.

They stole a man’s 2010 Ford Fusion in Kansas City, Kan. from the parking lot of his workplace, then drove 56 miles to Richmond, Mo. to burglarize the man’s house, Richmond Police Detective Scott Bagley said.

The man, wishing to remain anonymous, told KMBC he left his wallet and a spare key in the car at his workplace near Interstate 435 and Kaw Dr. in Kansas City, Kan.

“Honestly the first thought was a prank,” the man said. “I thought someone was just messing with me.”

He says he spent the first hours looking for his car.

But, when he checked the bank app on his phone, he started suspecting the man and his accomplice may have gone toward his house.

“Logistically,

Read more at: http://www.kmbc.com/article/police-thieves-steal-mans-car-then-burglarize-his-home-in-cross-state-crime-spree/18009474

Police believe more than one involved in crime spree

Winnipeg police have a man in custody after a crime spree took place over a 10-day period earlier this month.

During that span, police say a man committed several robberies, including three Winnipeg pharmacies — one in the 900 block of Keewatin Street, another in the 400 block of William Avenue and the last in the 200 block of Regent Avenue — where prescription narcotics in various quantities were stolen, including fentanyl.

Three vehicles were also stolen, including two 2018 SUVs from Enterprise at 1700 Waverley Street and a 2018 cargo van from car dealership in the 1300 block of Regent Avenue.

Additionally, two license plates were nabbed from a vehicle parked in the 2300 block of McPhillips Street.

Police located one of the vehicles on Monday in the 500 block of Langside Street. Police found the suspect inside the vehicle and he was arrested.

A search of the vehicle turned up cash totalling around

Read more at: http://winnipegsun.com/news/crime/police-believe-more-than-one-involved-in-crime-spree

Police believe more than one involved in crime spree | Winnipeg Sun

Winnipeg police have a man in custody after a crime spree took place over a 10-day period earlier this month.

During that span, police say a man committed several robberies, including three Winnipeg pharmacies — one in the 900 block of Keewatin Street, another in the 400 block of William Avenue and the last in the 200 block of Regent Avenue — where prescription narcotics in various quantities were stolen, including fentanyl.

Three vehicles were also stolen, including two 2018 SUVs from Enterprise at 1700 Waverley Street and a 2018 cargo van from car dealership in the 1300 block of Regent Avenue.

Additionally, two license plates were nabbed from a vehicle parked in the 2300 block of McPhillips Street.

Police located one of the vehicles on Monday in the 500 block of Langside Street. Police found the suspect inside the vehicle and he was arrested.

A search of the vehicle turned up cash totalling around

Read more at: http://winnipegsun.com/news/crime/police-believe-more-than-one-involved-in-crime-spree

Police: Woman’s crime spree in stolen car ends with crash in Scottsdale

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – A woman’s crime spree ended in her injuring herself in a single-vehicle crash in north Scottsdale, Saturday morning.

According to Scottsdale Police Department, officers responded to the crash near Mountain View Road and 112th Street around 10:30 a.m. Officers were able to determine the vehicle was stolen and that the woman had been involved in numerous felonies in Phoenix, including aggravated assault and armed robbery.

Police said she was also involved in a hit-and-run collision at Via Linda and Shea Boulevard just prior to the crash.

The suspect was transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries, police said.

Read more at: http://www.12news.com/article/news/local/valley/police-womans-crime-spree-in-stolen-car-ends-with-crash-in-scottsdale/75-517120170

Crime-spree couple may have struck again, police say

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