Man accused of stealing from Blood Assurance bus

November 16, 2018--8:44 a.m.


A Rome man has been arrested and accused of stealing equipment from a bus belonging to Blood Assurance.

According to the arrest warrant, 38-year old Jeremy Wayne Johnston of a Mt. Alto Road address entered the bus on November 4 as it was parked on Shorter Avenue.

He allegedly took a laptop computer valued at $1,000, a Bluetooth speaker valued at $130, a GPS valued at $150, a cell phone valued at $100, and a tote valued at $10.

Johnston was observed on video on broad the bus, according to the warrant.

Police say he pawned the Bluetooth speaker for $20 on November 7.

Johnston is charged with entering an auto and theft by taking.

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