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Deputies conclude burglary investigation with arrests

QUEEN

QUEEN

FRAZIER

FRAZIER

Adam Queen, 29, address at large, and David Frazier, 28, of 10079 County Road 26, West Mansfield, each was arrested Wednesday following the investigation into a burglary at a rural Bellefontaine residence.

Richard Griffith, 5628 State Route 540, reported a burglary at his residence Jan. 21 to deputies of the Logan County Sheriff’s Office.

The two suspects were apprehended by deputies at a hotel room in Kenton. Mr. Queen also had an outstanding warrant out of Georgia, and Mr. Frazier had an outstanding warrant from Champaign County.

A further search of their hotel room uncovered several items that were reported stolen by Mr. Griffith, including four firearms.

Mr. Frazier was charged with one felony count of receiving stolen property, and Mr. Queen was charged with three counts of felony receiving stolen property and one count of having weapons under disability. They both were lodged in the Logan County Jail.

Woman charged with domestic violence, menacing

GILLETTE

GILLETTE

Melissa  L. Gillette, 26, of 604 N. Park Road, was charged with domestic violence, aggravated menacing and criminal damaging after an incident Monday evening.

Deputies were dispatched to the residence of her boyfriend, Michael Noble, 7982 Township Road 29, Zanesfield, about 8 p.m.

Mr. Noble reported that he had picked her up from her workplace that day after she was having trouble with her co-workers. While he was driving, she reportedly was kicking, scratching and biting him. Deputies observed injuries to his face.

The defendant reportedly had consumed several alcoholic drinks that day, along with medication. Personnel from Macochee squad responded to the home to check Ms. Gillette.

She was then placed under arrest and she became combative with deputies and reportedly made threats against her boyfriend. When she was placed in the cruiser, she knocked one of the windows out of the frame. She was transported to the Logan County Jail.

Drivers escape injuries in semi, car crash

Eric L. Mosher, 31, of Edison, was cited for failure to maintain assured clear distance ahead following a crash about 10 a.m. Monday on State Route 274.

He reportedly was operating a westbound semi tractor-trailer near County Road 61 when he struck the rear of a westbound sport utility vehicle operated by Meghan A. Cooper, 19, of Sidney, that had slowed in traffic.

No injuries were reported, and damage was moderate to the SUV and light to the semi.

• Mildred F. Cox, 63, of Belle Center, was treated by Indian Lake EMS personnel for possible injuries at the scene of a crash about 11:20 p.m. Friday.

Deputies report she was operating a westbound car in the 15300 block of County Road 88 when she struck a snow drift and the vehicle overturned, and then came to rest in a field. No citations were listed with the report.

Damage to her car was disabling.

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