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Theft — Kathie B. Mann, 50, of Memphis was cited for theft of property under $1,000 on Oct. 31.
According to the report by Deputy Christopher Adams, he spoke by phone with a female victim who told him that someone, who was identified as Mann by a neighbor, came on her property on Cemetery Boundary Road near Hollow Rock and took items. Adams made contact with Mann, who admitted to going on the property and taking three plants, a few pans, and some potting soil. Adams warned Mann that if she came back on the property, she would be arrested for trespassing.
Theft — Christopher McCaslin, 41, of 510 Gardner Road, Cedar Grove, was charged with theft on Nov. 1 for allegedly stealing a vehicle and cell phone.
According to the report by Deputy Jason Walker, McCaslin’s mother said that her son snuck into her bedroom and took her car keys and a cell phone belonging to another person and then drove off in her 2012 Chevrolet Malibu without her permission. McCaslin brought the car back that night, but his mother said she still wanted to press charges.
Trespassing — Andrew Arnold Tosh, 33, of 95 Clarksburg Road, Clarksburg, was charged with trespassing on Nov. 2.
According to the report by Deputy Jason Walker, he charged Tosh after he went to his mother’s residence in violation of an order issued by the Carroll County Circuit Court to have no contract with his mother.
Vandalism — Deputy Christopher Adams took a report regarding an alleged act of vandalism at the Carroll County Airport on Nov. 4.
Adams reported that he spoke with Thomas Nichols, who maintains the weather monitoring system at the airport. Nichols said he was called in to check the system after it went offline on Oct. 16, and he found that four cables appeared to have been cut. The weather system equipment is kept in a fenced-in area with barbed wire at the top. Nichols told Adams that it appeared that whoever did this seemed to have knowledge of how the system works.
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