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Suspects apprehended in ongoing Mason County investigation
By Lootpress Staff,
UPDATE: Two subjects being sought by authorities with the Mason Police Department have been successfully detained.
Mason Police Chief McKinney confirmed the apprehension Thursday night of Lacie M. Hawley of Middleport, Ohio and Anthony R. Wervey, also of Middleport, Ohio.
Various law enforcement entities are reported to have aided in the apprehension of the two suspects, including some based in the state of Ohio where the individuals had been based.
“I want to commend the exemplary collaboration between our department and our valued colleagues at the Meigs County Sheriff’s Office, Racine Police Department, Middleport Police Department and Ohio State Patrol,” said Chief McKinley.
“This successful apprehension underscores the strength of our shared commitment to public safety. Together, we’ve demonstrated the power of teamwork and determination in keeping our community safe.”
____________________ MASON, WV (LOOTPRESS) – Assistance has been requested from members of the public by the Mason Police Department in an investigation involving two wanted suspects.
Chief C. McKinney of the Mason County Department has urged the community to come forward with any information which may assist in determining the location and ensuring the apprehension of two individuals out of the state of Ohio.
The first suspect has been identified by authorities as Lacie M. Hawley of Middleport, Ohio. Hawley currently faces charges of one count of conspiracy to commit a felony and one count of felony grand larceny.
Hawley is also the subject of a warrant which is extraditable through the Mason County Magistrate Court.
The second suspect in this investigation has been identified as Anthony R. Wervey, also of Middleport, Ohio.
Wervey faces one count of conspiracy to commit a felony and is the subject of a warrant which is extraditable through the Mason County Magistrate Court.
“Your cooperation is crucial in ensuring the safety and security of our community. If you possess any information regarding the whereabouts of Lacie M. Hawley or Anthony R. Wervey, please do not hesitate to contact our dedicated tip hotline at 304-358-0220,” says Chief McKinnley.
“Your identity will remain confidential, and your assistance is greatly appreciated. Together, we can contribute to a safer Mason. Thank you for your ongoing support in helping us uphold justice and protect our community.”