Cleveland, Ohio 2021-06-10 15:02:51 –
Akron, Ohio (WJW)-A man sentenced to five years in prison on Thursday A series of invasions in Akron..
Akron’s William Harrell, 34, pleaded guilty to six charges of invasion and invasion last month.
The Summit County Public Prosecutor’s Office said he was responsible for the following crimes:
- Baho Convenience Store on West Market Street, July 30, 2019: Police officers found the front door shattered and followed the blood path to Harrell. He stripped the store’s register and stole a carton of cigarettes.
- House on Crosby Street, September 8, 2019: Police officers found Harrell in a vacant house in response to a suspicious person’s report.
- Same house on Crosby Street, September 29, 2019: Police officers found Harrell down the street pushing a cart dryer. Witnesses said it was stolen from the house.
- Vintage Goat on Westmarket Street, April 24, 2020: Owners reported that someone broke a window and stole a cash register and $ 1,300 in cash. The surveillance video showed Harrell in the store.
- Shedel Interior on West Exchange Street, April 29, 2020: Owners said police television had been stolen. Police officers found blood matching Harel at the front desk.
- May 1, 2020: Sackman Stamps and Stencils on West Exchange Street: Owners said police were looted during the invasion. DNA matched Harrell.
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