Man faces aggravated burglary charge
by John Stegeman, Interim Sports Editor
By FRANK LEWIS
PDT Staff Writer
A Scioto County man is facing an aggravated burglary charge after deputies say he threatened a South Webster family.
Charged with the first-degree felony is Jason Toland, 32, of South Webster.
Scioto County Sheriff Marty V. Donini said his 911 dispatch center received a call at 10:04 p.m. Wednesday from a residence on Fredrick Road in South Webster. According to the sheriff, the caller said a male subject entered into the residence through a garage door and was making threats toward them with a knife. The man left the residence and fled on foot, Donini said.
The suspect was identified by a photo shown to them on the computer. Deputies patrolled the area and checked several known locations for the suspect. Detectives patrolled the South Webster area on Thursday, but Donini said Toland turned himself in at the jail.
Toland is being held in the Scioto County Jail charged with first-degree aggravated burglary and a warrant on complaint for criminal damaging. Toland was held on a $50,750 bond.
He said anyone with any information concerning the burglary is asked to call Detective Denver Triggs at the Scioto County Sheriff’s Office at 740-351-1093. All calls will remain anonymous.
Frank Lewis may be reached at 740-353-3101, ext. 232, or at email@example.com.
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