PARMA, Ohio — Parma police arrested a 3rd individual in reference to a theft at a jewellery retailer in July, authorities stated on Thursday.
Demertrius Clardy, forty two, of Cleveland, is charged with aggravated theft for the July 28 theft at Gustave Julian Jewellery, Parma police stated in a information launch.
The shop is situated within the 7000 block of State Street.
The theft was captured on the shop’s surveillance cameras and confirmed a person sporting a wig and a surgical masks getting into the shop with a handgun. The person ran away from the shop and sped off in a grey Ford Taurus. Police recognized the person as Clardy.
He was arrested Wednesday at a unique location after Parma SWAT served a search warrant at Clardy’s house within the 2100 block of Ambleside Drive. Clardy appeared in Parma Municipal Courtroom Thursday morning, the place a decide set his bond at $200,000. His case was sure over to Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Workplace, police stated.
Rodney Brewer, fifty one, and Kimberly Smith, fifty three, have been arrested in August for his or her position within the theft. Brewer and Smith, who each stay on the residence on Ambleside Drive, have been indicted on aggravated theft, aggravated theft, kidnapping and having weapons underneath a incapacity, in accordance with Cuyahoga County courtroom data.
Investigators have been capable of monitor the trio down from a partial identification of the momentary tag on the Ford Taurus. The car was additionally seen driving across the space earlier than and after the theft, authorities stated.
Further arrest warrants have been issued for David Fields, fifty two, and Cleveland Gresham Jr., 29, each of Cleveland. Anybody with info relating to Fields or Gresham ought to name Parma police at (440) 887-7340 or Crime Stoppers at (216) 252-7463.
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