Storage Sense swiper in custody

By Christina Faulkner

The recent theft of substantial property from Storage Sense on Andrews Avenue has been successfully resolved by the Ozark Police Department, leading to the arrest of Ian Richman, a 36-year-old resident of Ozark. Richman now faces a litany of charges, including 23 counts of 3rd Degree Burglary, 24 counts of 3rd Degree Criminal Mischief, two counts each of Theft of Property 1st (exceeding $2500), Theft of Property 3rd, and Theft of Property 4th, as well as one count each of Theft of Property 2nd ($500 - $2500) and Trespass 3rd Degree.

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