|Trio arrested in Franklin Co. for alleged burglaries|
|Written by Staff|
|Wednesday, November 14, 2012 1:08 PM|
Three Cincinnati people are being investigated for their possible involvement in burglaries in Dearborn County.
The trio was arrested Saturday, Nov. 10, when they were allegedly preparing to break into a house near Drewersburg and Carolina Trace roads in Franklin County, said Franklin County Sheriff’s Sgt. Jason Lovins.
Arrested and charged in Franklin County are
Angella J. Dusa, 45, of 7690 Althaus Road,Cincinnati, for conspiracy to commit burglary, a class B felony, possession of stolen property, a class D felony, operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, a class C misdemeanor;
Derek P. Nuckols, 24, of 7690 Althaus Road, Cincinnati, for conspiracy to commit burglary, a class B felony;
Matthew N. Carger, 27, of 217 W. 12th St., Cincinnati, for conspiracy to commit burglary, a class B felony.
Carger also was wanted in Franklin County on a warrant for burglary, a class C felony.
Franklin County Sheriff’s deputies responded to Drewsersburg and Carolina Trace roads at about 1:45 p.m. Saturday to a report of a suspicious vehicle matching the description of one used in several other burglaries, said Lovins, adding deputies found the trio nearby, and arrested them.
If convicted of a class B felony, a person can receive up to twenty years in prison and face fines up to $10,000.
Carter and Nuckols remain in the Franklin County Security Center, Brookville, in lieu of $25,000 bond. Dusa was released after posting bond, and is awaiting her court appearance, said Lovins.
“These arrests were made possible thanks to several tips from the community. Franklin County Sheriff’s Deputies encourage anyone who sees suspicious activity to report the activity to F.C.S.D. at 1-765-647-4138. Callers can remain anonymous,” said Lovins.
Franklin County deputies are working with law enforcement in Dearborn County, Ind., and Butler and Hamilton counties, Ohio, to determine the trio’s possible involvment in burglaries there, added Lovins.
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