The second of two burglary suspects turned is now in custody. Richard Schoch, 45, of Holland, turned himself in to authorities on Tuesday.
One suspect is in custody and another is still at large following a burglary Thursday in Amboy Township that may be connected to a rash of others in and around Fulton County.
Corey L. Richardson, 40, of Toledo was arrested by the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office Thursday, and booked into the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio for aggravated burglary after being treated for injuries at the Fulton County Health Center. Other charges may be added.
Responding to a call of a burglary in progress in Amboy Township, a sheriff’s deputy came across the suspects’ vehicle and attempted to stop it. The vehicle traveled through a yard, down a lane, and into a cornfield, where the suspects fled on foot. Richardson was apprehended a short time later, according to the sheriff’s office.
Schoch was not initially found following an extensive search with assistance from the Wauseon, Delta, and Toledo police departments, the Lucas County Sheriff’s Office, and the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
The description of the vehicle and suspects given by witnesses and other evidence collected from burglaries occurring earlier last week in Fulton County, the City of Wauseon, and areas of Lucas County leads authorities to believe these suspects are associated with those burglaries.