Two Men Arrested For Stealing Out Of Cars In Conway

by Christian Mower on May 31, 2016

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Photos of 29-year-old Gregg Reeves Jr. of Albany (Left) and 26-year-old Jonathan Ryan of Effingham (Right) Courtesy of Conway Police

 

Conway, NH – Two men were arrested early this morning (5/31/16) for allegedly stealing from peoples cars in Conway. Conway Police said that at around 1 am this morning they received a call that there were two individuals entering vehicles at residences on Buckingham Drive at Lamplighters Mobile Home Park.

When officers arrived they witnessed 26-year-old Jonathan Ryan of Effingham and 29-year-old Gregg Reeves Jr. of Albany enter into a vehicle on Lamplighter Drive and subsequently arrested them. Multiple items believed to be stolen from several vehicles were found on the suspects including tools, money, knives and cell phone chargers.

Jonathan Ryan is being charged with the following offenses/crimes:

  1. Loitering and Prowling as defined by NH RSA 644:6 (Violation)
  2. Theft from a Motor Vehicle as defined by NH RAS 637:3 (Misdemeanor A)
  3. Receiving Stolen Property as defined by NH RSA 637:7 (Misdemeanor A)

Gregg Reeves Jr. is being charged with the following offenses/crimes:

  1. Loitering and Prowling as defined by NH RSA 644:6 (Violation)
  2. Receiving Stolen Property as defined by NH RSA 637:7 (Felony B)
  3. Felon in Possession of a Dangerous Weapon as defined by NH RSA 159:3 Felony B)

A Class B felony is punishable by a maximum range of 3 ½ to 7 years in prison and a fine up to $4,000.

A Class A misdemeanor is punishable up to 1 year in jail and a fine up to $2,000.

Gregg Reeves will be brought before the 3rd Circuit Conway District Court on Tuesday, May 31, 2016.

Many of the victims have been identified at this time but the Conway Police Department is still in possession of items believed to have been stolen and the victim(s) have not been identified. Anyone living in Lamplighter Mobile Home Park who is missing items from their vehicles is asked to call the department at 356-5715.

The Conway Police Department would like to thank the concerned citizen who called 911 to report the incident. This was a great team effort between a member of the community and law enforcement which led to a swift and successful resolution.