CONCORD, OH - The Lake County Sheriff's Office arrested Andrew D. Ingram, a 28-year-old Concord Township resident and have charged him with stealing more than $43,000 worth of supplies from home construction sites. The sheriff's office says between November 15th and November 18th, Ingram hit numerous new home construction sites on Concord-Hambden Road in Concord Township. A large amount of building supplies, siding, and tools were reported stolen.
On Saturday, the Lake County Sheriff’s Office Road Patrol was advised of a suspicious male on the property of 11393 Concord-Hambden Road in Concord Township, the same address which had items stolen on an earlier date. Deputies responded to the scene and found Ingram loading stolen siding into his vehicle. He was taken into custody and was also found to be in possession of Methamphetamines and illegal drug paraphernalia.
The Lake County Sheriff’s Office Detective Bureau was called in and subsequently interviewed the suspect who admitted to being involved in all of the noted incidents during previous nights. The Detective Bureau conducted several search warrants and were able to recover nearly all of the stolen property which will be returned to the construction sites.
Ingram was arraigned on Monday on the following charges: 4-counts of Breaking & Entering (fifth degree felony’s), 2-counts of Theft (fifth degree felony), 1-count of Theft (fourth degree felony), Possession of Methamphetamines (fifth degree felony), and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (fourth degree misdemeanor).
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