CANTON ‒ A 47-year-old homeless girl is accused of stealing a 14-passenger bus from the Stark Space Regional Transit Authority headquarters on Thursday morning.
A Canton police officer discovered the automobile and girl parked at a retailer about two miles away alongside Waynesburg Drive in Canton Township. The officer reported that the bus was backed in beside a trash bin with the girl inside. The suspect, who has been charged with grand theft, advised authorities that she drove off with the bus as a result of she was working from her father, who was chasing her.
The girl had advised SARTA workers that she was on the transit system’s property at 1600 Gateway Blvd. SE to select up a automotive that her cousin had left there for her with the keys inside.
However a transit system worker mentioned she was in an worker’s automobile and SARTA employees advised her to go away. The suspect walked towards the entrance of the property and drove off with a bus that was sitting on the fuel pumps, a police report mentioned.
The girl advised authorities, who responded at 7:03 a.m., that she is homeless and never from the Canton space, exhibiting police identification from Tennessee.
The 2015 Ford bus, powered by compressed pure fuel, was not broken, mentioned SARTA CEO and Government Director Kirt Conrad. He mentioned no insurance policies have been violated and no workers have been disciplined. He wrote in an e-mail that insurance policies and operations are being reviewed.
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