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Police Log: Facebook Marketplace fraud, Walmart theft and vehicle burglary

Friday, June 21

Warrant of Arrest

While performing a records check on a vehicle, deputies discovered that the registered owner had a state-wide warrant of arrest. Deputies conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle and confirmed that the registered owner was in the vehicle. The registered owner was arrested and transported to the Summit County Jail without incident.

Fraud

The complainant filed a report stating that they had paid $300 to someone on Facebook Marketplace for an item before receiving it. The complainant failed to receive the item and reported the case to the Sheriff’s office. Deputies have the name, phone number, and email that the complainant obtained while speaking with the seller. A search for the phone number showed no record, and the case will be referred to detectives for further follow-up.

Saturday, June 22

Warrant of Arrest

Deputies conducted a records check on a vehicle, which subsequently revealed a state-wide warrant of arrest for the registered owner. Deputies conducted a traffic stop and verified that the warrant was for the driver of the vehicle. A record check of the driver showed that he had two state-wide warrants out for his arrest. The driver was arrested and booked into the Summit County Jail without incident.

Theft

Deputies responded to a report of theft that occurred earlier in the day at Walmart. After reviewing video surveillance, it was discovered that the suspect had taken merchandise and had not paid the full amount. There is no information on the suspect at the time.

Public Intoxication

Deputies were dispatched to a disturbance complaint at the Newpark Hotel. During the course of the investigation, the reported female refused to identify herself and was obviously intoxicated. She was subsequently taken into custody, and after being identified, she was found to have several major warrants for her arrest.

Sunday, June 23

Vehicle Burglary

A complaint was filed detailing that an unknown person had taken the complainant’s cell phone from her car while she was clocked in to a shift at Walmart. The phone was described as a black iPhone 13 with a phone case that has a Scottish Highland cow on it. The location shown for the phone did not appear to be updating. The serial number for the phone is pending.

Monday, June 24

Vehicle Burglary

Deputies were dispatched to a vehicle burglary detail that occurred at a single-family residence on Pinebrook Road. The complainant reported that sometime on Sunday, the 23rd, an unknown suspect entered her vehicle while they were parked in front of her residence and stole her purse. There is currently no suspect information available. This case is closed pending further information.

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