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Two charged in thefts
Two accidents result in reckless endangerment charges for Sanchez
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A local man was captured by sheriff’s deputies on Oct. 21 after allegedly leaving his personal effects behind at the scene of a burglary.Forty-four-year-old William Elton Eisenmann of Smithville was arrested and charged with aggravated burglary and aggravated theft of property after authorities say he entered a residence on Eagle Creek Road after cutting a screen from a window on Oct. 13.He reportedly took a pair of Reebok tennis shoes, a Levi shirt and a bath towel, all valued at less than $500.Eisenmann apparently left his cell phone, phone card and a knife behind after leaving the residence. His bond was set at $7,500 and he is scheduled to appear in court Oct. 27.Joshua Lynne Beaty, 24, has been charged with two counts of theft of property over $1,000 in a case involving the theft of a van. Beaty allegedly took the van from a residence on New Home Road without the owner’s consent and sold it to a local scrap yard on Aug. 24.The vehicle was valued at $3,000.Also on Aug. 24, Beaty allegedly took several items from a residence on Bluhmtown Road without the owner’s consent.Items taken included a tractor engine, tractor radiator, washer, stove, clothing rack, double-bottom turning plow and a 1,500 piece Craftsman tool set.Beaty also took these items to a local scrap yard.

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