CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - A suspect is facing several charges after a string of thefts in December.
Guy Nathan Cambell, 21, of Washington Court House, was booked in the Hamilton County Detention Center on Sunday and charged with complicity, theft and criminal damaging.
According to Hamilton County court records, Cambell took a GPS from a car in the 8500 block of Deep Run Lane. He told investigators he and his juvenile brother were driven by another man to a "rich neighborhood so they could rob people."
Cambell admitted to breaking into cars and breaking out a car window on Pipewell Lane. He also said his brother was dropped off in the 8700 block of Keller Road. During the offense, Keller called his brother to find out what was taking so long. The brother said he was inside the garage and came out with a female's wallet and three cans of Coca-Cola. The wallet contained multiple credit cards and gift cards, two checks and prescription medicine.
Cambell was arrested in Lebanon and had the stolen checks on his person.
Police say Cambell and his co-defendants hit multiple subdivisions in Indian Hill and Miami Township, committing multiple thefts, including taking a firearm, laptop and credit cards.