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Local Woman Accused of Breaking into Church, Stealing Ice Cream and Kool-Aid

Alexis-Thompson.jpgCLARION, Pa. (EYT) – A local woman is facing felony burglary and related charges after she allegedly broke into a Wood Street church, stole ice cream sandwiches and Kool-Aid, and threw items around in the facility before leaving.

According to court documents, the Clarion Borough Police Department filed criminal charges against 21-year-old Alexis Kaye Thompson, of Sigel, in Magisterial District Judge Duane L. Quinn’s office on Wednesday, May 1.

The charges stem from an incident that occurred around 10:00 p.m. on April 19, 2019, at a church on Wood Street, in Clarion Borough, Clarion County.

According to a criminal complaint filed by Officer Wright, of the Clarion Borough Police Department, Thompson “participated with Keagen Reed in the corruption of two juveniles while gaining entry into a church on Wood Street through a window without permission.”

The complaint states that Thompson allegedly stole and consumed ice cream sandwiches and Kool-Aid.

She also allegedly threw books and other items around the premises before leaving, the complaint continues.

During the course of the investigation, Officer Wright conducted three separate interviews on April 29 that included Keagen Reed and two known juveniles.

According to the complaint, Reed and the two juveniles advised Officer Wright that they had been in the Wood Street property on multiple occasions.

The three also advised that around 10:00 p.m., on Friday, April 19, Reed’s girlfriend – Alexis Kay Thompson – participated in entering into the building, taking three to four boxes of ice cream sandwiches, and consuming them with Reed and both juveniles, the complaint states.

Thompson was arraigned at 10:45 a.m. on May 1 on the following charges:

– Burglary – Not Adapted for Overnight Accommodation, No Person Present, Felony 2
– Criminal Trespass-Enter Structure, Felony 3
– Corruption of Minors, Misdemeanor 1
– Institutional Vandalism Place Worship, Misdemeanor 2
– Theft By Unlawful Taking-Movable Property, Misdemeanor 2

Unable to post $5,000.00 monetary bail, she was lodged in the Clarion County Jail.

A preliminary hearing is scheduled for 2:00 p.m. on May 7 with Judge Quinn presiding.

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Local Man Accused of Breaking into Clarion Facility, Searching Child Porn, Stealing Ice Cream                                                                                                                                                                                             https://www.explorejeffersonpa.com/local-woman-accused-of-breaking-into-church-stealing-ice-cream-and-kool-aid/                                                                                                                                                                                           

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Charges Against Two Accused of Breaking into Clarion Church, Stealing Ice Cream Move Forward

reed-thompson.jpgCLARION, Pa. (EYT) – Two people who were allegedly involved in the burglary of a Clarion Church waived their preliminary hearings yesterday.

According to court documents, the following charges against 20-year-old Keagen Reed, of Fisher, were waived for court on Tuesday, May 7:

– Burglary – Not Adapted for Overnight Accommodation, No Person Present, Felony 2
– Criminal Trespass-Enter Structure, Felony 3
– Criminal Attempt – Child Pornography, Felony 3
– Corruption of Minors, Misdemeanor 1
– Institutional Vandalism Place Worship, Misdemeanor 2
– Theft By Unlawful Taking-Movable Property, Misdemeanor 2

The charges have been transferred to the Clarion County Court of Common Pleas.

Reed is currently free on $10,000.00 unsecured bail.

Court documents indicate 21-year-old Alexis Kaye Thompson, of Sigel, waived the following charges on Tuesday, May 7:

– Burglary – Not Adapted for Overnight Accommodation, No Person Present, Felony 2
– Criminal Trespass-Enter Structure, Felony 3
– Corruption of Minors, Misdemeanor 1
– Institutional Vandalism Place Worship, Misdemeanor 2
– Theft By Unlawful Taking-Movable Property, Misdemeanor 2

The charges have been transferred to the Clarion County Court of Common Pleas.

Thompson is currently free on $5,000.00 unsecured bail.

Details of the cases:

Keagen Reed:

According to a criminal complaint, around 1:27 p.m. on Sunday, April 28, Officer Wright, of the Clarion Borough Police Department, received a complaint from a known male of a local facility, reporting that individuals had broken into the facility located on Wood Street in Clarion Borough on Friday, April 26, at approximately 5:24 p.m.

The man reported he had captured the incident on video surveillance, though the individuals had ripped the surveillance camera down, walked it over to a table in the building, and covered it with sunscreen.

The man also stated that the individuals accessed an HP laptop and searched “child porn,” “pornhub,” and “pornhub unblocked.”

Officer Wright then met the man and a known female to conduct a walk-through of the facility. The female was uncertain if anything was missing, but advised that she accessed her work network from home, and when she opened it, “child porn” was on an open tab. The woman then contacted the man who handles computer operations for the facility and told him what she had found, which prompted him to look at the security footage.

The man sent a copy of the security footage to Officer Wright by email.

According to the complaint, the woman advised Officer Wright that the classroom and office were locked, but that a key for each was hung on the wall in the hallway. Officer Wright photographed the keys and secured them for evidence. The woman also found a key on the hallway floor with a “Clarion Office” keychain, which did not belong to the facility. Officer Wright photographed the security camera and sunscreen and secured both as evidence, then went into the classroom and photographed and secured the HP laptop, on which the search tabs remained open.

The complaint notes Officer Wright recalled Detective Kemmer briefing him on a report of a known juvenile telling people that he was going to break into a building on 7th Avenue to stay for 24 hours or until he was caught.

Officer Wright then showed Officer Foust the video footage, and Officer Foust noted that the stature of one of the individuals appeared to be Keagen Reed, who is known to associate with the known juvenile from the report.

On Monday, April 29, while attempting to locate Reed, Officer Wright received a call from Chief William Peck that the known facility had called to state that someone had come back into the facility after Officer Wright had been there the previous day.

Officer Wright proceeded to the facility and spoke with the known female again. She showed him a paper body with a black male juvenile picture as a head that was ripped down off of the wall and appeared as though someone had spit on his face. Officer Wright photographed it and secured it as evidence. The woman then showed him a yellow straw that appeared to be chewed that was laying on the kitchen floor in front of a couch. He also photographed and secured the straw as evidence. Finally, the woman turned over a toy ball in a ziplock bag that she had found was out of place.

Officer Wright then proceeded to Reed’s residence.

According to the complaint, after being told Officer Wright was investigating a report of someone breaking into the known facility in Clarion Borough, Reed put his head down and stated “it was me” and named two known juveniles, including the previously suspected juvenile, who he said were also involved.

Reed then accompanied Officer Wright to the Clarion Borough Police Department for a formal interview.

After being read his rights, Reed agreed to speak with Officer Wright.

According to the complaint, Read said he opened a window on the Weaver Place side of the facility, climbed in, and opened the door to let the two known juveniles into the building. He said they looked around for money and that the first known juvenile stole a pair of scissors from the upstairs portion of the facility before they all walked downstairs. He went on to say he attempted to open a door, but it was locked, and the first known juvenile then told him there was a camera behind them, so they backed out, with their backs to the camera. Reed said he then reached up and pulled the camera down, walked it to a table, and covered it with sunscreen.

The complaint states Reed told Officer Wright that the three then went into the kitchen looking for food, and he took three or four boxes of ice cream sandwiches from the freezer.

According to the complaint, when asked about who accessed the computer, Reed stated that he did and said he “typed in child porn and porn hub” because he “thought it would be funny.” When asked if he ever searched child porn on his cellphone, he said “no, I would never do that one my own phone,” but when asked if child porn would be found on his phone if it was searched, Reed said, “yes, you will.”

Officer Wright then asked Reed for consent to search his phone, and Reed allegedly gave his permission. Officer Wright then conducted a search of the phone, a black Motorola cellphone, and obtained a photograph of his history, which showed that Reed frequently searched “xnxx” and pornhub from his phone and also searched “16-year-old xxx” on July 28, 2018, according to the complaint.

The complaint notes that when asked why he was searching for child porn, Reed advised that he went through a program for indecent sexual assault in Cranberry and did not want to talk about it.

According to the complaint, when asked about what was taken from the facility, Reed said that he took three or four boxes of ice cream sandwiches, milk, Kool-Aid, and a gray hat. He said the first known juvenile took a pair of scissors, a hat, and a red robe, and the second known juvenile took a pair of gloves. Reed stated they took all of the items back to the first known juvenile’s residence and consumed the food and drinks. Reed also noted the gray hat was at his residence. A known male then retrieved the gray hat from Reed’s residence and dropped it off at the Clarion Borough Police Department.

Based on the investigation, Reed was arraigned in front of Magisterial District Judge Duane L. Quinn on Monday, April 29.

Unable to post $10,000.00 monetary bail, he was lodged in the Clarion County Jail.

He was released on Tuesday, May 7, after his bail type was changed to unsecured.

Alexis Kay Thompson:

According to a criminal complaint filed by Officer Wright, of the Clarion Borough Police Department, Thompson “participated with Keagen Reed in the corruption of two juveniles while gaining entry into a church on Wood Street through a window without permission.”

The complaint states that Thompson allegedly stole and consumed ice cream sandwiches and Kool-Aid.

She also allegedly threw books and other items around the premises before leaving, the complaint continues.

During the course of the investigation, Officer Wright conducted three separate interviews on April 29 that included Keagen Reed and two known juveniles.

According to the complaint, Reed and the two juveniles advised Officer Wright that they had been in the Wood Street property on multiple occasions.

The three also advised that around 10:00 p.m., on Friday, April 19, Reed’s girlfriend – Alexis Kay Thompson – participated in entering into the building, taking three to four boxes of ice cream sandwiches, and consuming them with Reed and both juveniles, the complaint states.

Thompson was arraigned at 10:45 a.m. on May 1.

Unable to post $5,000.00 monetary bail, she was lodged in the Clarion County Jail.

She was released on Tuesday, May 7, after her bail type was changed to unsecured.                                                          https://www.explorejeffersonpa.com/charges-against-two-accused-of-breaking-into-clarion-church-stealing-ice-cream-move-forward/#more-228268

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Two Local Residents Face New Charges After Burglary at CUP Stadium

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CLARION, Pa. (EYT) – Two local residents previously accused of breaking into a Wood Street church are now facing new charges after a burglary at Clarion University Memorial Stadium.

Court documents indicate the Clarion University Police Department filed criminal charges against 20-year-old Keagen Reed, of Strattanville, and 21-year-old Alexis Thompson, of Sigel.

According to a criminal complaint, on April 29, Corporal White, of the Clarion University Police Department, was informed that the Clarion Borough Police may have recovered items that had been stolen during a previous incident at Clarion University’s Memorial Stadium. The recovered items included a blue backpack with “Clarion University Softball” embroidered on it, as well as a first aid kit that had been reported stolen.

Officer Zerfoss informed Corporal White that the items were recovered from a known juvenile’s home.

The complaint notes that the juvenile’s mother gave her permission for the juvenile to be questioned.

The juvenile reported that he, a second juvenile, Alexis Thompson, and Keagan Reed were at Clarion University’s Memorial Stadium earlier in the month, and he, the second juvenile, and Reed kicked in the doors to the softball and baseball press boxes and stole items.

Corporal White then received permission from the second juvenile’s father to interview the juvenile.

According to the complaint, the second juvenile reported the same events, and also reported that they had also broken into the camper at the stadium and had stolen items from inside it, as well.

On April 30, Corporal White interviewed Reed at the Clarion County Jail. Reed allegedly stated that what the juveniles had reported was true. He said the first juvenile kicked in the doors to the press boxes and then stated that he “smashed” a window in the camper. He also said that he and Thompson watched as the first juvenile opened a window and with the help of the second juvenile climbed into the press box and unlocked the door to let them in.

According to the complaint, Reed stated that he and Thompson stole a laptop and all of the items in the laptop bag and said the computer was still at his old apartment on Liberty Street, which he had been evicted.

The complaint notes that when Reed was asked why he and Thompson participated in corrupting minors, Reed stated that he didn’t know and said the juveniles “started it.”

Corporal White and Officer Kemmer, of the Clarion Borough Police, went to Reed’s former apartment, where the apartment manager advised that Reed had been evicted, but the maintenance workers had not yet cleaned up the apartment. The officers found a black leather laptop case sitting on a chair, papers from Clarion University Athletics thrown around the living room, an ACER laptop sitting in the bathroom on the sink, as well as a blue box that went with the laptop, a pair of white Under Armour turf shoes that had been reported stolen, and an American flag that had been stolen.

On May 1, Corporal White interviewed Alexis Thompson at the Clarion County Jail.

According to the complaint, Thompson agreed that she had been with Reed and the juveniles at Memorial Stadium during the incidents. She allegedly said she was never inside the camper but was in the main press box; she noted that she and Reed stole the laptop computer and the black leather bag. Thompson also reported that she did not know what Reed and the juveniles were going to do when they got to the stadium. When asked if she attempted to stop anyone, she said she did not, and when asked why, she allegedly said that she “follows Keagan.”

The complaint notes that the restitution due for damages is estimated at $420.00 for damages to doors and windows that belong to Clarion University.

Based on the investigation, Thompson and Reed were both arraigned in front of Magisterial District Judge Duane L. Quinn at 2:15 p.m. on Tuesday, May 14.

Reed faces the following charges:

  • Burglary – Not Adapted for Overnight Accommodation, No Person Present, Felony 2 (four counts)
  • Criminal Conspiracy Engaging – Burglary Not Adapted for Overnight Accommodation, No Person Present, Felony 2 (four counts)
  • Criminal Trespass – Break into Structure, Felony 2 (four counts)
  • Corruption of Minors, Misdemeanor 1 (two counts)
  • Receiving Stolen Property, Misdemeanor 3 (two counts)
  • Theft by Unlawful Taking-Movable Property, Misdemeanor 3 (four counts)
  • Criminal Mischief – Damage Property, Summary (three counts)

He remains free on $5,000.00 unsecured bail.

Thompson faces the following charges:

  • Burglary – Not Adapted for Overnight Accommodation, No Person Present, Felony 2
  • Criminal Conspiracy Engaging – Burglary Not Adapted for Overnight Accommodation, No Person Present, Felony 2
  • Criminal Trespass – Break into Structure, Felony 2
  • Corruption of Minors, Misdemeanor 1 (two counts)
  • Receiving Stolen Property, Misdemeanor 3 (two counts)
  • Theft by Unlawful Taking-Movable Property, Misdemeanor 3 (two counts)

She remains free on $5,000.00 unsecured bail.

Preliminary hearings are scheduled for 1:45 p.m. on Tuesday, May 28, with Judge Quinn presiding.

RELATED:

Local Man Accused of Breaking into Clarion Facility, Searching Child Porn, Stealing Ice Cream

Local Woman Accused of Breaking into Church, Stealing Ice Cream Sandwiches and Kool-Aid

Charges Against Two Accused of Breaking into Clarion Church, Stealing Ice Cream Move Forward                              https://www.explorejeffersonpa.com/two-local-residents-face-new-charges-after-burglary-at-cup-stadium/

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