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Traffic stop nets drug charges

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Elijah A. Beard, 19, of St. Paris, and Alexis L. Glover, 17, of Urbana, each was issued a summons Saturday evening following a traffic stop on State Route 235 near State Route 274.

Deputies of the Logan County Sheriff’s Office initiated the stop about 10:40 p.m. after receiving a suspicious vehicle report. A canine unit from the Waynesfield Police Department also responded to the scene, and recovered a small amount of marijuana and a glass pipe with burnt marijuana residue in the vehicle.

The driver, Alexis, said the glass pipe belonged to her, and she also had rolling papers in her purse. She was issued a summons for possession of drugs and was released to her mother.

Mr. Beard was issued a summons for possession of marijuana. A report also was forwarded to the St. Paris Police Department regarding contributing to the delinquency of a minor charge for Mr. Beard.

• Anthony Vonderhuevel, 54, of 12922 W. State Route 47, Quincy, was issued a summons Sunday for three counts of menacing.

Deputies responded to 304 Race St., DeGraff, about 1 p.m. that day, where Mr. Vonderhuevel’s family members reported that he had stopped by the residence and made threats against several individuals.

He was later located and issued the summonses.

Burglaries reported

Heidi Zwiebel, 1171 Miller St., DeGraff, reported Friday evening that her home had been burglarized, and a safe containing cash and personal financial information had been stolen.

She said when she arrived home that evening, she noticed that her air conditioner unit had been removed from a kitchen window and it had been placed on the ground. She also observed muddy shoe prints in her kitchen and office area.

She named a potential suspect. The investigation continues.

• Bob and Connie Stratton, 9966 County Road 15, Zanesfield, reported Sunday afternoon that their home had been entered that day.

When they arrived home in the afternoon, they noticed that their dog was running loose. The dog had been placed in the garage before they left home.

The garage door also had sustained some damage. Several items missing from the home included an antique clock, a BB gun and a case of pop.

• A representative from Pro Tech Properties contacted deputies Saturday about a theft of copper wire and piping that had been cut from a residence at 1379 State Route 508, West Liberty.

A representative said it would cost about $2,000 to repair the damage.

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