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City Police Investigating Business Thefts
Posted on: 12/28/2012
By  Mike Cullums
 
Checking Marietta Police Department reports…
 
Police are investigating the burglary of one business and thefts from two more.
 
On Thursday morning officers were dispatched to Ketel 1 Teamware at 111 Putnam Street after the owners discovered an overnight breaking and entering. Money and clothing were taken.
 
At 9:40 Thursday morning the owner of a Pike Street Chinese restaurant called police after the theft of a bank bag containing cash and money orders that had been left briefly in a shopping cart at Walmart, 804 Pike Street.
 
And yesterday afternoon police were dispatched again to Walmart after store personnel determined that several computers had been stolen between December 12 and 16.
 
Investigations are underway.
 
On Wednesday night officers were dispatched to an apartment at 102 Muskingum Terrace after two 9-1-1 hang-up calls came from a cell phone at that location. Officers found the residents, 40-year-old Michael Hupp and 24-year-old Amanda Harbison, to be highly intoxicated, involved in some kind of altercation, and uncooperative with police. Hupp was cited for disorderly conduct by fighting; Harbison for failure to cease and desist.
 
Police made an arrest on behalf of the state of Pennsylvania on Wednesday by taking 44-year-old Yvonne Colyer of 111 West Montgomery Street into custody in the 900 block of Front Street. Captain Jeff Waite says Colyer was a fugitive from justice in Crawford County, PA, for failure to appear for a parole hearing in 2002. When arrested she was in possession of drug paraphernalia. She was taken to jail pending extradition to the Keystone State.  
 
Note: We occasionally post city police and county sheriff's reports online. They are a regular and popular feature on AM 1490's local newscasts.
 
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