November 23, 2014

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Oberlin, Wellington crime: Great Clips employee allegedly steals from register


Oberlin police

2 p.m. Sept. 30 — 46000 block U.S. Route 20, Tiffanie Rejent, 26, arrested and charged with theft for allegedly stealing money from Great Clips, where she was employed. The owner of Great Clips told police that the cash register was $40 short, and while reviewing security footage, he watched Rejent put the money down her shirt. Police said Rejent took the money to purchase a Money Pak card at Walmart.

Thursday, Sept. 26

  • 3:28 p.m. — 100 block Groveland Street, reported theft of a motorcycle from an unlocked garage. The motorcycle, which was described as a 2003 black and purple Kawasaki 1200 cc Ninja, was entered as stolen and police searched the area with no results.

Saturday, Sept. 28

  • 2:16 a.m. — 100 block Lorain Street, Oberlin College Safety and Security Office turned in a large glass bong with burnt residue to police. The item was entered into evidence.
  • 9:51 p.m. — 100 block West College Street, Brandon Lee Davies, 18, of Mansfield, charged with theft for allegedly stealing Krazy Glue from Gibson’s Bakery. An employee at the store said Davies took the glue out of its packaging and tried to conceal it while leaving the store. Davies told police he “thought about stealing it” but denied walking out of the store.

Monday, Sept. 30

  • 12:04 a.m. — 100 block West Lorain Street, Oberlin College Safety and Security Office turned in a small bag that appeared to contain marijuana to police. The item was entered into evidence.
  • 8:33 p.m. — 100 block North Professor Street, reported theft of a laptop from Stevenson Hall. The owner of the laptop said he left it in a book bag that he forgot at the dining hall. The book bag was turned in to Oberlin College Safety and Security Office, but the laptop was missing.
  • 5:15 a.m. — 100 block East College Street, a man and a woman were transferred to the hospital from the apartment complex after the two reportedly overdosed on heroin.

Tuesday, Oct. 1

  • 9:30 a.m. — 46400 U.S. Route 20, Gerard Plas, 36, of Elyria, cited for driving under suspension. A passenger, Fred Jones, 49, of Grafton, arrested and charged with petty theft for allegedly stealing a television from Walmart. Plas and his brother told police that they had been contacted by Jones, who wanted a ride to Walmart to purchase a TV. An employee said a man matching the description of Jones selected a TV and left without paying for it.
  • 9:58 p.m. — 100 block South Main Street, report of a car that was “keyed.”

Thursday, Oct. 3

  • 3:45 a.m. — 100 block West Lorain Street, Oberlin College of Safety and Security Office turned in a large glass bong. The item was entered into evidence.
  • 11:07 p.m. — 100 block West Lorain Street, Oberlin College of Safety and Security Office turned in a a glass jar containing a green leafy substance and a metal round container used for grinding marijuana. The item was entered into evidence.

Wellington police

Sunday, Sept. 29

  • 12:21 a.m. — 700 block Willard Court, criminal damage and theft after a man reported that his driver’s side window was smashed and several items were removed from the vehicle, including a Sony in-dash radio, iPod, air gun and felt-stapler.

Tuesday, Oct. 1

  • 8:20 p.m. — 300 block Walden Lane, burglary, theft of a plasma TV; 9 mm semi-automatic pistol, a 20-gauge Remington 870 Express and a Red Ryder BB gun, all valued at $3,750.

Friday, Oct. 4

  • 3:35 a.m. — 100 block Park Place, domestic violence situation after a woman arrived home from work and sent her estranged husband back to his place after he watched their child. She wanted him to leave, but he refused. At 4:10 a.m., officers were dispatched back to the residence and found the man holding the baby and yelling at his wife. He was advised to leave for the night and both were told to contact their attorneys. They also were told to stay away from each other.


  • LOLOL

    Ever notice how many guns are stolen from ‘Responsible’ owners?

  • Jennifer Williams

    I know Gerald Plas! WTF!

  • thisworldsucks

    its kinda sad to read these, just kinda makes you wonder if today’s economy is forcing people to do these things,