Man Arrested for Taking Donations from Dairy Queen

DAYTON, November 9, 2013 - According to the Dayton Police Department on October 16, 2013 a man visiting the Dayton Dairy Queen stole a donation jar containing money customers of the store had given to benefit an infant needing extensive medical care.

According to Sgt. Coleman the man was observed by a customer taking the donation jar and watched the man as he left. He took down the license number of the vehicle the man left in and turned it over to Dayton Police.

That information along with video surveillance records at the store identified the man as Jeremy Joseph James age 36.

After being contacted by police and knowing he was being searched for the man decided to return the donation jar. However, even though restitution had been made it did not change the fact that according to police James had stolen the donations.

James was taken into custody after an alert patrolman spotted his vehicle in Dayton and conducted a traffic stop. James was taken into custody and transported to the Liberty County Jail.

Bond was set on Jeremy James at $2,000 dollars.


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