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Gas station target of burglary

Officers of the Bellefontaine Police Department are investigating a Sunday break-in to the Marathon Gas Station, 1504 S. Main St.

Police dispatchers were informed of an alarm at the business around 12:18 a.m. Responding officers found a rear door was forced open, but no one was in the building at the time.

It was determined money was taken from the business.

Three charged in shoplifting



Three women were charged after they left Wal-Mart, 2281 S. Main St., with nearly $170 in clothing and personal hygiene items around 4:05 p.m. Sunday.

Christina M. Bray, 36, of 1018 Heritage Court, was charged with theft and was served a warrant for failure to appear, while Ella M. Horne, 35, of 868 E. Sandusky Ave., Apt. 116, and Sabrina L. Joseph, 20, of Marysville, each was charged with theft.

They were stopped on Lake Avenue west of Ludlow Road.

Two face underage charges

Two 19-year-old women were arrested Saturday after officers checked on an illegally parked car near Moore’s Cafe, 111 S. Detroit St., around 2 a.m.

Aushele G. Sarver of 13938 Blue Jacket Path, Lakeview, was charged with possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, underage consumption of alcohol and persistent disorderly conduct, while Patricia L. Haas of 8840 Auditorium St., Lakeview, faces charges of underage consumption and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Officers detected an odor of burnt marijuana and asked to search the vehicle. Inside, they found a half-consumed marijuana cigarette, plastic bags with marijuana seeds and residue, a multi-colored glass pipe and another pipe in Ms. Haas’ purse.

Ms. Sarver became agitated and began yelling. She continued on the ride to the Logan County Jail and during her booking.

Man jailed for domestic incident

Kyle D. Herford, 26, of 121 E. Brown Ave., was arrested Saturday for domestic violence and possession of drugs after he allegedly slapped Andrea Greenbaum in the face at her 868 E. Sandusky Ave., Apt. 117, residence.

The two were arguing about the care for their two children.

He was located at his residence. Officers recovered marijuana from his clothing while preparing him for transport to jail.

Papers served

Officers served warrants and summonses to:

• Dominic Purnell, 29, at large: trafficking in drugs;

• David R. Cooper, 28, of 509 S. Detroit St., Apt. 2: failure to appear

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