About $2,500 in sections and a tank applied for developing industrial cannabis had been stolen lately from the site of a small business preparing to sell cannabis in Monroe Township.
The theft took place at a building being renovated for a mature procedure to open in the 14500 block of LaPlaisance Rd., a deputy’s report claimed. The pieces integrated a carbon dioxide tank, brass caps, pipes and a regulator. A witness instructed deputies he was strolling his pet and observed a suspicious brown Dodge Durango with a Michigan license plate parked in an alley subsequent to the setting up the working day prior to the objects were found out missing. He questioned the driver, who explained he was looking for scrap metal and considered the constructing was abandoned. He instructed deputies he noticed brass pipes and caps in the rear of the Durango. He explained the driver as a white male, in his 20s, with dark brown hair and a beard.
Tires stolen from house in Bedford
About $1,450 in tires, which includes 4 Yokohama tires for a Mustang Cobra, and about $250 in applications had been stolen from a non-public home in Bedford Township not too long ago.
The theft transpired in the 6900 block of S. Telegraph Rd., a report from the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office environment said.
The Yokohama tires have been valued at $800. 4 Ansen wheels with tires on them and were value $400 and 4 truck wheels truly worth $200 also had been lacking from the property. Multiple resources, together with an unfamiliar total of Craftsman sockets, ratchets, wrenches and screwdrivers have been taken from a Craftsman device box, but the box was still left driving in the grass, the report explained. A bucket of junk and old bolts and screws also was taken. Authorities located tire tracks in the grass.
Electric guitar stolen from house
A basic cherry purple Guild-Starfire electrical guitar made in 1963 and valued amongst $3,000 and $5,000 was claimed stolen from a property in Lambertville.
The theft was reported by the woman owner, 68, in the 6400 block of Whiteford Center Rd. Deputies questioned a 66-calendar year-old Toledo guy and a former boyfriend of the operator who denied stealing the instrument.
Puppies working unfastened in neighborhood
4 grownup puppies and 6 puppies had been documented working loose in the 1100 block of Franklin St. in the Metropolis of Monroe a short while ago.
3 of the grown ups ended up Husky mixes and the other was a brindle pit bull. The puppies have been all Huskies that were being 4-6 months previous, a deputy’s report explained. Deputies questioned a man in the neighborhood who mentioned only two of the animals had been his and the rest have been his brother’s. Deputies advised the guy that he wanted to supply water and shelter for the dogs, which he agreed to do.