27-year-old Zackary Herder called police to report his vehicle as stolen on February 16; however, the responding officer just happened to be the same officer who had worked a hit-and-run accident two days prior, in which Herder had been identified as the fleeing driver. When confronted, Herder admitted he was the driver and no one stole his vehicle. He was issued a citation for leaving the scene of an accident with damage over $1,500. He was booked on that citation this week.
33-year-old Rebecca Vanderbush and 37-year-old Amber Hull were charged with theft of property when police found the women inside of a stolen vehicle that was tracked to a Mapco parking lot.
46-year-old Charles Moore was charged with theft of property after police found him leaving a stolen vehicle that was being tracked by GPS.
27-year-old Ryan Adams was charged with theft of property greater than $1000 when a license plate reader positively identified a stolen vehicle and he was questioned by an officer outside of Speedway.
18-year-old Paige Pardon and 21-year-old Trayevon Tibbs were charged with aggravated robbery after they robbed an Uber driver with two other people using semi-automatic pistols.
Johnny Burns, 43, says he traded crack cocaine for a stolen vehicle. He is held in lieu of $7,000 bond, charged with felony auto theft($2,500 – $10,000), and possession.