Vanceburg Police are investigating a burglary early Monday at the
construction site of the Lewis County Justice Center on Second Street in Vanceburg.
Vanceburg Police Chief Joe Billman said the incident happened at
about 3:00 a.m. Aug. 21 as Sgt. Joe Paul Gilbert observed three individuals walking east
on Front Street carrying tool cases.
As he approached the subjects, one of them fled, Billman said. An
adult and a 15-year-old were taken into custody.
The adult, Daniel M. Lewis, 19, of Vanceburg, was charged with
receiving stolen property over $300 and lodged in the Lewis County Detention Center. The
juvenile was released to the custody of his parents.
Police were continuing to search for the third party Monday
Among the items taken were a DeWalt drill, a DeWalt power saw, a
Hilti commercial drill and a first aid kit.
Three arrested after fight
Lewis County Sheriff's Deputies are investigating a fight in
Garrison Saturday night which resulted in three men being lodged in the Lewis County
Dennis Brown/Lewis County Herald
A 1991 Plymouth Sundance burns in the parking lot of Comprehend, Inc., on Market Street in
Vanceburg on Aug. 18. The auto, belonging to Oona G. Thomas, 36, of Aberdeen, Ohio,
sustained substantial damage. The cause of the fire has not been determined.
Deputy Sam Richmond said he and Deputy Tom Polley responded to a
call of a fight in progress on Garrison Lane in Garrison.
After questioning those at the scene, three men, Eric McCane,
Timothy Madden and Randy Horsley, all of Garrison, were arrested and charged with alcohol
intoxication and lodged in the Lewis County Detention Center. Horsley was also charged
with disorderly conduct in connection with the incident.