CAPTURED – TIMOTHY HENRY

Timothy Henry

Timothy Henry

CLEARFIELD – Clearfield County District Attorney, William A. Shaw, Jr., announced the capture of a wanted fugitive.

Shaw identified the Fugitive as Timothy Henry, age 33, of Florence Street, Philipsburg, Pennsylvania.

Henry was added to the Clearfield County Fugitive of the Week list on February 19, 2013.

On March 6, 2012, Sergeant Greg Neeper of the Clearfield Borough Police Department, filed a Criminal Complaint charging Henry with: 1) Forgery, F3; 2) Theft From a Motor Vehicle, M2; and 3) Receiving Stolen Property, M2.

An Affidavit of Probable Cause filed by Sergeant Neeper states that in February 2012, the Clearfield Borough Police Department received the report of a theft. Upon investigation it was found that Henry had stolen a check from the victim’s vehicle. Henry then forged the victim’s signature on the check and cashed the check in the amount of $100.00.

A Preliminary Hearing was held on May 16, 2012, at which time all charges were held to court.

 In a separate case, Lieutenant Todd Lombardo of the Morris Cooper Regional Police Department, filed a Criminal Complaint on May 10, 2012 charging Henry with: 1) Forgery, F3, 3 Counts; 2) Theft By Unlawful Taking, M3; 3) Theft By Deception, M1; 4) Receiving Stolen Property, M1, 2 Counts; and 5) Bad Checks, M1.

An Affidavit of Probable Cause filed by Lieutenant Lombardo states that in March 2012, the Morris Cooper Regional Police Department began an investigation into the theft of a check book from a residence in Allport, Pennsylvania. Upon further investigation it was found that Henry had possession of the stolen check book. Additionally, Henry forged the victim’s signature on a check, and issued the check in the amount of $420.51.

A Preliminary Hearing was held on May 16, 2012, at which time all charges were held to court.

In a separate case, Lieutenant Todd Lombardo of the Morris Cooper Regional Police Department, filed a Criminal Complaint on May 1, 2012 charging Henry with: 1) Forgery, F3; and 2) Bad Checks, M1, 2 Counts.

An Affidavit of Probable Cause filed by Lieutenant Lombardo states that in April 2012, the Morris Cooper Regional Police Department began an investigation into the theft and unlawful use of checks. Upon further investigation it was found that Henry had forged the victim’s signature on a check, and issued the check in the amount of $355.92.

A Preliminary Hearing was held on May 16, 2012, at which time all charges were held to court.

In a separate case, Lieutenant Todd Lombardo of the Morris Cooper Regional Police Department, filed a Criminal Complaint on May 16, 2012 charging Henry with: 1) Forgery, F3, 2 Counts; 2) Theft By Deception, M1; 3) Receiving Stolen Property, M1; and 4) Bad Checks, M1.

An Affidavit of Probable Cause filed by Lieutenant Lombardo states that in May 2012, the Morris Cooper Regional Police Department began an investigation into the theft of a check book from a residence in Allport, Pennsylvania. Upon further investigation it was found that Henry had unlawfully taken the check book. Additionally, Henry forged the victim’s signature on a check, and issued the check in the amount of $210.85.

 In a separate case, Trooper Mary McGinnis of the Pennsylvania State Police, Clearfield Barracks, filed a Criminal Complaint on June 6, 2012 charging Henry with: 1) Theft By Deception, M1/M2, 2 Counts; 2) Theft By Unlawful Taking, M3; and 3) Bad Checks, M3/S, 2 Counts.

An Affidavit of Probable Cause filed by Trooper McGinnis states that in May 2012, the Pennsylvania State Police began an investigation into the theft and unlawful use of checks. Upon further investigation it was found that Henry unlawfully issued two checks in the amount of $323.81 and $128.56.

A Preliminary Hearing was held on June 6, 2012, at which time all charges were held to court. On November 5, 2012, Henry failed to appear for all five cases for Plea and Sentencing Court and a warrant was issued for his arrest.

Shaw stated that the Clearfield County Sheriff’s Office used advanced technologies to locate Henry at a residence on Howard Avenue, Schuylkill, Pennsylvania. On May 13, 2013, Deputies from the Schuylkill County Sheriff’s Office and Officers from the Schuylkill City Police Department apprehended Henry, and he was taken into custody without incident.

Shaw thanked the Clearfield County Sheriff’s Office for their diligence and hard work with this case. Shaw also thanked the Schuylkill County Sheriff’s Office and Schuylkill City Police Department for their in this matter.

Anyone with knowledge of a Fugitive’s location is asked to call Clearfield County Crime Stoppers at (800)-376-4700. All calls to Crime Stoppers are confidential.

Anonymous tips can also be submitted by visiting the Clearfield County District Attorney web site at “www.ClearfieldDA.org” and selecting “Report A Crime”.

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