Police: Ohio River ended teens’ suspected crime spree

8 Jun 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Ohio teen couple in custody after alleged ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ crime spree in 3 states.

The sheriff’s office in Wyandot County, Ohio said the teens, identified as Triston Kindle, 16, and Rose May, 15, were in the custody of West Virginia State Police.COLUMBUS, Ohio — A teen couple from Ohio who authorities suspect of a crime spree across three states was apprehended in West Virginia after a police pursuit, investigators said Saturday. West Virginia and Pennsylvania state police are jointly investigating a series of crimes that may be connected to the teens, including armed robbery, car theft and fleeing from police.

Sheriff Michael Hetzel told WTVG-TV earlier this week that the two fled Ohio in a stolen pickup truck after allegedly stealing shotgun shells from a Wal-Mart in Bucyrus. They allegedly continued toward Pennsylvania, stealing one or two additional vehicles and evading law enforcement possibly by hiding out in wooded areas. The teens’ parents were notified their children had been apprehended and the parents traveled to New Martinsville, West Virginia, to meet with investigators, the sheriff in Ohio said.

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