CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - A man who admitted to police that he committed multiple theft offenses in a wealthy neighborhood was indicted Wednesday in a Hamilton County courtroom.
Guy Nathan Cambell, 21, along with his younger brother and friend committed the crimes in Dec. 2011.
Cambell told police that Dylan LaChance drove he and his brother to multiple subdivisions in Indian Hill and Miami Township to rob residents.
Cambell admitted to breaking into cars and stealing a GPS and micro-cassette recorder.
Cambell's younger brother, a juvenile, took a female's wallet and three cans of soda from a garage.
The wallet contained multiple credit and gift cards, two checks from Fifth Third Bank and prescription medication.
The suspects also took and firearm, laptop and more credit cards during their crime spree.
When Cambell was arrested in Lebanon on Feb. 12, he still had the victim's stolen checks.
He has been charged with complicity, theft and criminal damaging.
Cambell is currently being held in a Hamilton County jail.
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