COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — The Columbus City Attorney’s Office released its annual list of “Holiday Hoodlums:” four Columbus natives who are wanted for various thefts.
One is wanted for stealing tools, one allegedly has stolen hundreds of dollars’ worth of diapers, one reportedly nabbed video games and personal hygiene products, and one is accused of stealing over $400 worth of meat and root beer.
The full report:
“Leading off the list is 36-year-old Jason Abrahamson of the city’s south side. Abramson, who has been charged with crimes more than 25 times in Franklin County, is currently wanted on two arrest warrants for stealing several DeWalt tool kits with a total value of $1586. Abrahamson’s extensive criminal history includes charges of aggravated menacing, domestic violence, felonious assault, intimidation of a witness by force or threat, disorderly conduct, burglary, driving under suspension, deception to illegally obtain drugs, criminal damaging, violation of a protection order, and knowingly causing physical harm.
Ronnie Lee Grubb, 33, of Columbus’ Olde Towne East neighborhood, has four warrants for his arrest for a series of thefts in which he is accused of stealing: two Bissell vacuum cleaners valued at $359.89; 20 boxes of Pampers valued at $189.80; two boxes each of ‘Big Boy’ pull-up diapers and Huggies ‘Li’l Movers’ diapers valued at $118.96; and 12 bottles of Gain laundry detergent valued at $167.88. Grubb’s past criminal history includes charges of aggravated menacing, assault, OVI, and driving under suspension.
Twenty-eight year-old south side resident Lisa Marie Hicks is charged with three counts of theft for stealing over $380 worth of video games and personal hygiene products. Her past criminal charges include: hit-skip/leaving the scene of an accident, driving without a license, and deception to illegally obtain drugs.
Aron Ray Kinder, 23, whose last known address was in Hilliard, has a total of four warrants issued for his arrest for an assortment of crimes. He is accused of stealing two bottles of Versace men’s fragrance valued at $168 and over $400 worth of shrimp, steak, ribs, ground chuck, root beer, and laundry detergent. His previous criminal record includes charges of domestic violence, assault, criminal damaging, driving under suspension, possessing drug abuse instruments, illegally carrying a deadly weapon, and several counts of aggravated menacing.
Anyone with information on the Holiday Hoodlums is asked to contact First Assistant City Prosecutor Bill R. Hedrick at 614.645.8874 or email@example.com.”