Stolen Guns And More Recovered After Burglary In Mansfield

Stolen Guns And More Recovered After Burglary In Mansfield

  • 10/4/2019 4:26:17 PM
  • Sartaj Singh
  • Local News

MANSFIELD, OH - Four stolen guns, a television, and iPad were recovered after an investigation into a burglary in Mansfield. 

A burglary in progress was reported at 3026 Hastings-Newville Road on Friday at 12:45 PM. A suspect was observed exiting the residence carrying a television. The subject entered a black car and headed north on Hastings-Newville Road. 

A deputy responding to the call observed the car on Washington North Road at Sandy Lane. The vehicle fled from the deputy as he was turning around to stop it. More deputies were called to the area, however they were unable to get near the vehicle due to it fleeing at a high rate of speed. 

At 12:59 PM, a deputy spotted the supsect vehicle on Mansfield Lucas road then turning onto Davidson Street where the deputy observed the vehicle go off the right side of the roadway as it approached the hillcrest. 

Once the deputy went over the hillcrest, it was found that the supect vehicle had crashed into another vehicle.

A search of the suspects vehicle resulted in the seizure of four stolen guns, television, and iPad. It was later confirmed that the items were stolen from the residence on 3026 Hastings Newville Road. 

No deputies were injured or involved in any crash. All occupants were transported to OhioHealth for medical treatment. 

Mansfield Police and the Ohio State Highway Patrol are handling the traffic crash investigation. 

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