7/9/2018 4:18:00 PM Housesitter cleans out her employer
It's a good idea to check people out before hiring someone off an internet site. Amanda L. Owens, 30, 544 Park Ln, Nashville, IN is charged with theft where the value is between $750 and $50,000. According to the police report, she was hired by a CSL resident to clean his home and to house sit his residence while he was away. When the victim returned, his car was gone, as well as 2 guns, 2 televisions, his laptop and several other items. Kaleigh Annjewell Brown, 31, 313 Stockwell St, NV is charged with possession of meth, an L6F; of marijuana, a B misdemeanor; and of paraphernalia, a C misdemeanor. An officer, driving through the Muscatatuck Park after dark, checked out the car she was in. The park closes at sundown. Damian Matthew Kelley, 22, 2240 SE Blvd, Columbus, is facing possession of meth and maintaining a common nuisance charges, both L6Fs; possession of marijuana, a B misdemeanor; and of paraphernalia, a C misdemeanor. Jeremiah Daniel Johnson, 42, 6485 CR 500 E, NV has been charged with intimidation where defendant draws a weapon, an L5F; and criminal recklessness committed with a deadly weapon, an L6F. Allegedly, Johnson fired six or seeven shots at his neighbor. Melinda Kaye Holman, 30, 36 Hicks St, NV is facing operating while intoxicated, with prior, an L6F; operating with ACE of at least .08 but less than .1, and operating while intoxicated, both C misdemeanors. Holman's condition was brought to the attention of a NVPD officer by a McDonald's employee at 4:44 a.m. who told him about an intoxicated person using the drive-through. Scott C. McNeelan, 56, of Springville is charged with operating while intoxicated with prior, an L6F; operating with ACE of 1.5 or more and operating while intoxicated endangering a person, both A misdemeanors; and operating while intoxicated, a C misdemeanor. Gary L. Petro, 36, 5350 N 700 W, NV is charged with possession of meth and theft with prior, both L6Fs. Police were called to 300 Franklin for a man asleep in vehicle. The plate on the vehicle was the homeowner's.