A Clark County man arrested in connection to several thefts from cars across the county has been indicted on multiple charges, including receiving stolen property, forgery and theft.
Jordan D. Briem, 34, turned himself last week after the Clark County Sheriff’s Office identified him as a suspect in the thefts. He has been indicted on 17 counts of receiving stolen property, 23 counts of forgery and theft charges.
Briem is accused of stealing credit cards from parked vehicles and homes, and according to the sheriff’s office, he used the stolen cards at several Speedway gas stations and other businesses in the Dayton and Springfield area.
A man that appears to be Briem was caught on camera using the stolen credit cards, investigators said.
Briem is booked in the Clark County Jail and is scheduled to be arraigned in a Clark County Common Pleas court later this week.
Clark County Prosecutor Andy Wilson reports that the grand jury also returned the following indictments:
•Harvey G. Johnson Jr., 40, 1129 Heard Ave., failure to appear.
•Jeffrey A. Hardin, 53, 525 Chestnut St., failure to appear.
•Rhonda J Slone, 44, 405 W. High St., possession of heroin, possession of cocaine.
•Shane E. Stephenson, 37, 1207 Tibbetts Ave., aggravated possession of drugs, theft of drugs.
•Aaron Lee Baker, 43, 603 S. York St., possession of marijuana, aggravated possession of drugs.
•Kyle C .Wells, 29, 2019 Elmsford St., improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle.
•Jaronte D. Tillman, 22, 635 Hazelbrook Ave., robbery.
•Gabriel T. Muwwakkil, 30, 421 Vine St., robbery.
•Alexandrea K. Merritt, 21, 5654 Ridgewood Rd. W., trespass in a habitation when a person is present or likely to be present.
•Corey Allen Lanier, 46, trespass in a habitation when a person is present or likely to be present.
•April Kay Comer, 28, trespass in a habitation when a person is present or likely to be present.
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