A Madison Twp. homeowner helped regulation enforcement nab a pair of suspects that had been trying to crack a safe in his storage within the the 6200 block of Browns Run Rd.
Two housebreaking suspects had been recognized and arrested by Butler County sheriff’s deputies Sunday, shortly after the crime was dedicated, in response to a launch from Sheriff Richard Okay. Jones.
Jones in his launch, acknowledged that the homeowner has a CCW allow and caught one of many suspects, Raymond Earl Flack, 29, of Middletown, attempting to chop into the safe. The homeowner held Flack at gunpoint, however he ultimately fled on foot earlier than deputies arrived.
In response to Jones, Flack met up with Emily Abigail Bush, 29, of Middletown, who was driving a white Ford truck. Deputies had been in a position to catch them within the truck on Trenton Franklin Highway and so they had been arrested.
Flack has been charged with housebreaking, safecracking, possessing legal instruments and legal damaging.
Bush is charged with complicity to housebreaking, complicity to safecracking, complicity to possessing legal instruments and complicity to legal damaging.
“When you plan to conduct this kind of legal conduct in our county, beware as a result of wewill be ready for you,” Jones mentioned.
This text initially appeared on Cincinnati Enquirer: Two suspects nabbed after trying to crack homeowner’s safe