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Two individuals arrested on various charges

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Rudy Richards II
Officials with the Clay County Sheriff's Department arrested two Indianapolis individuals early Sunday morning.

According to Sheriff Mike Heaton, while on patrol early Sunday morning, deputies witnessed a suspicious vehicle in the 7000 block of North Murphy Road.

Heaton said deputies stopped to check the vehicle and noticed tracks leading away from it.

Angel Day
In addition, he said a female was still located in the vehicle.

Deputies then discovered a male in a barn near the area.

After a background check, it was discovered the vehicle the pair were in was allegedly stolen from the Indianapolis area.

On Sunday, Heaton told The Brazil Times according to statements from both individuals, they were stopped in the area allegedly "looking for gasoline."

Officials arrested Rudy Richards II, 32, Indianapolis, and preliminarily charged him with Trespass, Theft, Resisting Law Enforcement, Possession of Paraphernalia and Possession of Stolen Property.

After the truck had been impounded, during an inventory check, Heaton said officials found some things that were allegedly missing from a garage in the area as well.

Additional charges of Burglary and Receiving Stolen Property were added to Richards Monday afternoon.

Officials also arrested Angel Denise Day, 24, Indianapolis, and preliminarily charged her with Trespass, Assisting a Criminal, Receiving Stolen Property and Possession of Paraphernalia.

During the booking process, it was discovered Day initially provided officials with an assumed name.

Additional charges of False Reporting/Informing and False Identification were added to Day Monday afternoon.

As of Tuesday morning, both were still incarcerated at the Clay County Justice Center.

Day was being held on a $10,000 bond, with no 10 percent allowed, while Richards II was being held on a $25,000 bond, with no 10 percent allowed.

The case, according to Heaton, is still under investigation.

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SMH .. get a frigging REAL job like the rest of us and stop STEALING what you want!

-- Posted by Emmes on Wed, Feb 6, 2013, at 11:48 AM

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