by: Rob Borkowski
When officer Jesse Nunnemacher spoke with the building’s owner, Richard Blanchard, who said he’d last been at the building Saturday, then returned at 9 a.m. to find several locks had been tampered with, including one to an apartment containing several tools, according to Nunnemacher’s report.
Blachard reported a $300 table saw, two bags of tools worth $500 and a small air compressor worth $200, and other tools had been taken from that apartment.
When Nunnemacher spoke with the first floor apartment tenant, Raelonda Johnson, 31, he noticed a few of the items Blanchard had described, including the table saw.
Blanchard confirmed the items were his, and Nunnemacher arrested Johnson, charging her with receiving stolen goods.