Ambulance Crews Help With Arrest

By: WTAP News
By: WTAP News

Ambulance crews from Camden Clark & St. Joseph's team up with police and help them catch a man breaking into a car.

Police say early Friday morning they got a call from two ambulance crews about a possible car theft. They say it happened in the parking lot of West Virginia Central Credit Union.

Police found Joshua Whitlock smelling of alcohol and showing other signs of being drunk. He was arrested for public intoxication.

Police then searched him finding an in-dash radio and navigation unit from a car. They say it was taken from a Chrysler parked in the lot at the credit union.

Whitlock is also charged with petit larceny and destruction of property.

He's being hold on a 21 hundred dollar bond.

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