December 14, 2011
Marshall County - Marshall County Sheriff's Deputies were dispatched to 2586 Marsh Ave., at appx. 10:05 am on 12/14/2011 in response to a complaint of a suspicious vehicle.
A responding Deputy stopped a suspicious vehicle which matched the description in the vicinity, That vehicle was driven by Silvia Marie Garcia. Information was obtained from witnesses that alerted responding units to watch for individuals who had just left the residence at 2586 Marsh Avenue on foot. Deputies located two male subjects walking along the roadway in the 2600-mile of Marsh.
Further investigation led to the arrests of three suspects. Various items of suspected stolen property from the Marsh Ave. residence were recovered from the suspect vehicle and in possession of one of suspects.
The individuals arrested and their charges are as follows:
All three suspects are being held at the Marshall County Jail pending initial appearances.
The case remains under investigation.
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