He stated that it is obvious that he realized that they were wrong because he went to great time and expense to try to cover up his crimes. He stated that he used quite a bit of caution by setting up alarm systems in his apartment, that being In the outer door, the sliding door leading to his hallway bathroom
Soon after the burglars were arrested, it became clear that it was more than just a simple break-in. Despite the mystery that
The insureds, who live in a separate house on the same property, refute all of the plaintiffs’ allegations with the exception of their concession that a portion of the siding is missing from one of the exterior walls. They explained that during the renovation of the house, which was completed approximately one year before the plaintiffs took possession, they had a window removed from
had came back to try to clear his name about three years later, after the home had been sold.
When asked why he would be over there he said "I was all over just making sure everything was okay".
With the case resolved, Harig was released from the Holmes County Jail, where he has been held since last month after violating several bond conditions — failing to report to probation and testing positive for metamphetamine. On the bond violation, Harig apologized to the court for his actions.
On 01/16/16 I contacted Iwanda Davidson at her residence at 11900 Melissa Lane. Mrs. Davidson said sometime over the past two weeks she has had several items come up missing from her residence including a black Hi-Point 9mm handgun, unknown serial number, valued at $150, a new in the box Poulan Chainsaw, unknown model or serial number, valued at $120, a new in the box Homelite weed eater, unknown model or serial number, valued at $50. Mrs. Davidson said she is missing a PorterCable tool bag which contained a battery operated drill, flashlight, circular saw and reciprocal saw, unknown serial numbers, valued at $250, a new set of sockets, wrenches and other miscellaneous hand tools, valued at $150, two new dead bolts she purchased for her front door to her residence, valued at $30 combined, and a Nokia cellular telephone blue in color with a pink and white case, valued at $30. Mrs. Davidson said that she also had several pieces of jewelry, mostly inexpensive keepsakes and costume jewelry, go missing. Mrs. Davidson said that the jewelry was a gift from her grandmother and that she could not describe any of it aside from one ring which had a dark stone possibly black or purple surrounded by several lab created white/clear gems. Mrs. Davidson said she did not know what the value of the
Residential Services: On Sunday, July 19th 2015, it was reported to SC that Jamar and his roommate attempted to run from the facility. In doing so, Jamar broke a window and caused physical injury to his knee while trying to jump a fence. Ms. Knox contacted SC via email stating the facility was interested in having Jamar removed from the facility and Jamar would be charged with Malicious Damage to Property under $2,000.
I responded to Trojan Commons Apartment B1 in reference to a damage to property call. Upon arrival, I made contact with Courtney Doolittle. Doolittle stated that when she arrived at her residence this afternoon, she noticed the door had shoe prints on it. When Doolittle opened the door, I observed the foot prints located on the door and structure of the door had been damaged, as someone tried to gain entry. Myself and Doolittle walked through the apartment to see if anything was missing. Doolittle stated that nothing was missing at this time. I advised Doolittle if she noticed anything missing, to call Troy Police Department. Doolittle stated that this damaged had to be done between Thanksgiving Day and today, before she arrived to the
The Omaha World-Herald announced, he was behind bars for nine years and then released as a registered sex offender on the 4th of January.
I drove to Yates residence located at 951 Yates Rd. Elkville, Jackson County, Illinois per request of Green. Green wanted to meet in person. I arrived at the residence at 1608 hours. I met with Green and Yates. I was told Yates had a small black or dark
himself in a federal prison. A year later Miranda was released and found a new job and move in
He said that he discovered the loss when he got back home from the drug and alcohol rehabilitation clinic on 7/21/2016 and that no was present at the time of discovery. Including that he did not witness anything or anyone strange in the area before the theft occurring.
He was arrested after Holmes County Sheriff’s deputies were called at 10:17 p.m. to a reported domestic situation at his home, where