POMEROY — Indictments have been returned against for individuals in the May breaking and entering of the D.V. Weber Construction warehouse in Reedsville according to Meigs County Sheriff Robert Beegle.
William R. Adams, 36, James Pete Bartimus, 39, Amy Leedy, 23, and Lori Leedy, 47, all of Vincent, Ohio, were indicted by the Meigs County Grand Jury in connection with the breaking and entering.
Copper wire was stolen at the time of the incident.
Adams face five count of breaking and entering, Bartimus and Amy Leedy each face two counts, and Lori Leedy faces two counts of complicity to breaking and entering.
Bartimus and Lori Leedy, along with a third individual were also indicted in connection with the March 27 burglary of the Charles Humphrey residence in Reedsville. A safe containing a large sum of cash was stolen in the burglary.
Allen D. Ball, 29, of Vincent, was also indicted.
The safe stolen from the Humphrey residence was recovered by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office over the bank of the Hocking River near the Arrowhead at Little Hocking according to Beegle.
Beggle praised Sgt. Scott Trussell for his work on the two cases and also noted that the Washington County Sheriff’s Office was a great help in the burglary case.
According to Beegle, the defendants are making arrangements with their attorneys for arraignment on the charges.