Darke County Sheriff's Office detectives
are currently seeking any information that will lead to an
arrest in a reported armed robbery that occurred April 13,
2013 in Union City, OH.
According to the victim statement, an elderly woman at the
Morris Trailer Park, located at 503 Beamsville-Union City
Road in Union City, OH, was reportedly robbed a knife point
by a masked intruder. The masked man entered the woman's
trailer and demanded money and narcotic (Fentanyl) patches.
The man then held the elderly woman's hands down and put the
large Bowie knife to her throat, once again demanding the
prescription pain patches and money. He later located what
he wanted and fled the residence.
The suspect in this case faces a
number of felony charges and officers need someone to step
up and help solve this case.
information regarding this investigation is encouraged to contact the
Darke County Sheriff's Office, Detective Rodney Baker
by calling 937-548-1193.
Wanted for Armed Robbery and Kidnapping
of The Flower Patch on October 25, 2012. A handgun,
described as a black sub-compact Glock, was shown to the
clerk before the clerk was tied up. After a successful
robbery, the suspect fled the scene in a gold Jeep Cherokee.
The suspect(s) may also be involved in other armed robberies
that occurred within weeks of the Oct. 25, 2012 offense.
Click a composite sketch above to view the
GREENVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT
DET. ERIC ROBERTS
On Thursday, March 29, 2012 at
approximately 5:07 a.m., officers from the Greenville, Ohio
Police Department responded to 113 East Third Street,
Fraternal Order of Eagles, on a reported break-in. An
unknown suspect forced entry into the building and stole a
safe. The suspect caught on video is a white male,
approximately 6’0” in height, with a thin build. The
suspect’s vehicle, also captured on video, is dark in color.
Still images of the suspect are available upon request. The
safe was later recovered in the 200-block of 13th Street in
information regarding the break-in is encouraged to contact
Detective Eric Roberts at the Greenville Police Department
by calling 937-548-4150.