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5 Clermont County teens accused in multi-state crime spree

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.

Read more at: http://www.wlwt.com/article/5-clermont-county-teens-accused-in-multi-state-crime-spree/14393575

Jailed burglar gets more prison time for 2-state crime spree | NJ.com

A Trenton man imprisoned in New Jersey for multiple burglaries got more time behind bars in Pennsylvania Tuesday for break-ins he committed in lower Bucks County during a 2012 spree in both states.

Oliver Cabrera, NJ prison photo 

Oliver Cabrera, 27, was sentenced to 12 to 25 years in prison by Bucks County Judge Diane Gibbons.

“It is my intent to keep you under supervision for as long as I can,” Gibbons said, according to the Bucks County District Attorney’s office said.

A Bucks County jury convicted him of 30 crimes in August.

Cabrera is currently in a New Jersey prison serving a five-year term for burglaries in Mercer and Ocean counties, and records show he’s scheduled to be released next month.

When that happens, he’ll be transferred to prison in Pennsylvania, the district attorney’s office said. 

Cabrera was part of a crime ring that authorities linked to 18 break-ins at

Read more at: http://www.nj.com/mercer/index.ssf/2017/11/jailed_burglar_gets_more_prison_time_for_2-state_c.html

Jailed burglar gets more prison time for 2-state crime spree

A Trenton man imprisoned in New Jersey for multiple burglaries got more time behind bars in Pennsylvania Tuesday for break-ins he committed in lower Bucks County during a 2012 spree in both states.

Oliver Cabrera, NJ prison photo 

Oliver Cabrera, 27, was sentenced to 12 to 25 years in prison by Bucks County Judge Diane Gibbons.

“It is my intent to keep you under supervision for as long as I can,” Gibbons said, according to the Bucks County District Attorney’s office said.

A Bucks County jury convicted him of 30 crimes in August.

Cabrera is currently in a New Jersey prison serving a five-year term for burglaries in Mercer and Ocean counties, and records show he’s scheduled to be released next month.

When that happens, he’ll be transferred to prison in Pennsylvania, the district attorney’s office said. 

Cabrera was part of a crime ring that authorities linked to 18 break-ins at

Read more at: http://www.nj.com/mercer/index.ssf/2017/11/jailed_burglar_gets_more_prison_time_for_2-state_c.html

Escaped Wakulla County inmates suspected in multi-state crime spree

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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. 


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Local Purse Snatching Appears To Be Part Of Multi-State Crime Spree

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TV on a true-crime spree – Lansing State Journal

Joe Berlinger has spent decades in a distant corner of the TV landscape.

He makes documentaries, in a world that prefers adventure and comedy. He’s drawn praise, prizes (two Emmys, an Oscar nomination) and little attention … until recently.

“I’ve never been busier,” he said.

That’s because of the surge in true-crime stories. It peaks this weekend with:

“Cold Blooded,” his two-part documentary on Sundance; the first half is 9-11 p.m. Saturday, both halves are 7 and 9 p.m. Sunday. This is based on the case

Read more at: http://www.lansingstatejournal.com/story/entertainment/television/2017/11/17/tv-true-crime-spree/107773192/

NH Man Gets 11 Years In Prison After Two-State Crime Spree

CONCORD, NH — A New Hampshire man was sentenced in federal court this week to 11 years in prison after committing numerous crimes in two states in 2016, according to the U.S. District Court. Michael Munroe aka Michael Monroe, 34, formerly of Raymond, NH, received the sentence on Nov. 7, 2017, after pleading guilty to the crimes in June. Munroe’s crime spree started on March 19, 2016, after he assaulted an Epping resident.

About a week later, on March 27, 2016, he stole a Honda Pilot in Manchester. The next day, he robbed the Northway Bank in Ossipee, NH. And, a few days later, he hit Granite State Credit Union in Seabrook, NH.

“He committed each robbery by passing a demand note to the teller threatening that he had a gun and demanding money,” according to acting-U.S. Attorney John J. Farley. “There was no evidence that Munroe

Read more at: https://patch.com/new-hampshire/hampton-northhampton/nh-man-gets-11-years-prison-after-two-state-crime-spree

NH Man Gets 11 Years In Prison After Two-State Crime Spree – Patch

CONCORD, NH — A New Hampshire man was sentenced in federal court this week to 11 years in prison after committing numerous crimes in two states in 2016, according to the U.S. District Court. Michael Munroe aka Michael Monroe, 34, formerly of Raymond, NH, received the sentence on Nov. 7, 2017, after pleading guilty to the crimes in June. Munroe’s crime spree started on March 19, 2016, after he assaulted an Epping resident.

About a week later, on March 27, 2016, he stole a Honda Pilot in Manchester. The next day, he robbed the Northway Bank in Ossipee, NH. And, a few days later, he hit Granite State Credit Union in Seabrook, NH.

“He committed each robbery by passing a demand note to the teller threatening that he had a gun and demanding money,” according to acting-U.S. Attorney John J. Farley. “There was no evidence that Munroe

Read more at: https://patch.com/new-hampshire/hampton-northhampton/nh-man-gets-11-years-prison-after-two-state-crime-spree

Manhunt leads to pair of arrests in multi-state crime spree

KUSA – The manhunt lasted nine days as U.S. Marshals and various law enforcement agencies worked to capture a pair of fugitives wanted for a crime spree in the Broomfield area throughout October, authorities say.

A spokesperson for the U.S. Marshals Service says the manhunt for Elijah Dunning, 21, and Justine Day, 26, started late on October 30 – the pair was caught in the morning hours of November 8.

Dunning and Day are suspected in a crime spree that spanned numerous municipalities in Nebraska before the pair fled to Colorado, authorities say.

The manhunt started in Deuel County, Nebraska on October 30 after state troopers there tried to pull over a stolen Dodge Ram driven by Dunning. 

A high-speed pursuit ensued, eventually ending when the

Read more at: http://www.9news.com/news/crime/manhunt-leads-to-pair-of-arrests-in-multi-state-crime-spree/490350078

Manhunt leads to pair of arrests in multi-state crime spree | 9news.com

KUSA – The manhunt lasted nine days as U.S. Marshals and various law enforcement agencies worked to capture a pair of fugitives wanted for a crime spree in the Broomfield area throughout October, authorities say.

A spokesperson for the U.S. Marshals Service says the manhunt for Elijah Dunning, 21, and Justine Day, 26, started late on October 30 – the pair was caught in the morning hours of November 8.

Dunning and Day are suspected in a crime spree that spanned numerous municipalities in Nebraska before the pair fled to Colorado, authorities say.

The manhunt started in Deuel County, Nebraska on October 30 after state troopers there tried to pull over a stolen Dodge Ram driven by Dunning. 

A high-speed pursuit ensued, eventually ending when the driver of

Read more at: http://www.9news.com/news/crime/manhunt-leads-to-pair-of-arrests-in-multi-state-crime-spree/490350078