Names released of the two individuals arrested in connection with the Pomeroy Rite-Aid burglary

By Lindsay Kriz -

POMEROY — The names of two suspects arrested in connection with the Pomeroy Rite-Aid burglary have been released by the Pomeroy Police Department.

According to Police Chief Mark Proffitt, David P. Tiemeyer, 35 and Felicia See, 26, both of Pomeroy had a court hearing Thursday, Oct. 29. Both are charged with burglary, which is a felony in the third degree and safe cracking, which is a felony in the fourth degree. See was also charged with possession of cocaine, which is a felony in the fifth degree.

Police were originally called to Rite-Aid Wednesday morning after the window of the left entrance door had been shattered and unspecified items taken. Pomeroy Police and the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation were on-scene throughout the day.

According to Proffitt the state asked for a surety bond of $200,000 with 10 percent cash permitted. The court ordered a $50,000 recognizance bond, according to Proffitt, which means the suspects are released after promising in writing that they will appear in court for any upcoming proceedings. The state mentioned admissions made by both individuals and the severity of the charges to the court.

Proffitt said the investigation is ongoing.

Reach Lindsay Kriz at 740-992-2155 EXT. 2555.

By Lindsay Kriz