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Arrest made in missing deposit
A Carrollton man was arrested in Scottsburg, Ind., Jan. 9 on charges he took $4,456.25 that was supposed to be deposited for McDonald’s in Carrollton.
Xander C. St. Croix, 38, of 1137 Brock Dr., was arrested after McDonalds learned that the deposit was not made Jan. 3 at the First National Bank office on Hwy. 227, Carroll County Sheriff Jamie Kinman said in a recent interview.
St. Croix’s girlfriend works at McDonalds, and the money was supposed to have been dropped at FNB that night, according to a report filed with CCSO by the McDonald’s manager.
Deputy J.T. Shaw investigated and learned that St. Croix allegedly was supposed to drop off the deposit for his girlfriend, but did not. Kinman said the girlfriend did not know that St. Croix had not made the deposit.
St. Croix allegedly kept the money, left Carrollton that day and moved to Scottsburg, Kinman said.
Shaw tracked down St. Croix and had a warrant issued for his arrest.
He was picked up in Scottsburg by authorities there and held in the Scott County, Ind., jail, before being returned to Carroll County, where he was lodged in Carroll County Detention Center.
Kinman said that St. Croix at first denied the charge, but later admitted that he did take the money. However, the sheriff said he would give authorities the location of the money.
St. Croix is was indicted by the Carroll County grand jury Monday, Jan. 14.
CCSO was in charge of the investigation.
Tools taken in 2008 leads to arrest
A Bedford man was arrested Jan. 11 and charged with possession of stolen property linked to a breaking-and-entering case from 2008.
David M. Garrett, 27, of 180 Drury Lane, Bedford, was charged with
receiving stolen property with a value under $10,000 when Carroll County Sheriff’s Deputy J.T. Shaw found him allegedly trying to sell tools to a Snap-On driver in the parking lot at Kroger in Carrollton, Sheriff Jamie Kinman said in a recent interview.
The tools, valued at about $2,400, were identified as some of the more than $23,000 in tools that were stolen from Bo Cummins on Hwy. 227 near Worthville in 2008.
Kinman said that Garrett confessed to Shaw that he had Cummins’ tools and that he had gotten them from another individual. Garrett was arrested and lodged in the Carroll County Detention Center.
The case remains under investigation, Kinman said. He added that there may be additional arrests in the case.