A man was issued seven felony burglary charges Tuesday after being arrested in Green Township.
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GREEN TOWNSHIP, Ohio -- A man was issued seven felony burglary charges Tuesday after being arrested in Green Township.
A team of investigators from the Green Township Police Department and the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office arrested 22-year-old Gregory Luncan shortly after authorities believe he committed two burglaries near Sutters Mill Drive and West Fork Road, according to Sgt. Chris House.
Luncan was taken to the Hamilton County Justice Center at about 2 p.m.
Investigation began in July, when a rash of seven burglaries spread among homes in the central Green Township area. Authorities determined that Luncan is responsible for the crimes.
House said Tuesday that Luncan will remain in jail until his arraignment Wednesday at 9 a.m.
Authorities ask anyone with further information on burglaries in Green Township to call the Green Township Police Department, or the Hamilton County Sheriff's Investigative Unit.