New Castle News


June 7, 2012

Warrant issued in Neshannock theft

NEW CASTLE — Police are seeking a Boardman, Ohio, man on theft charges.

Neshannock Township police filed a criminal complaint against Brian Grebenz, 38, in connection with the theft of some jewelry last month at a Meadow View Boulevard home.

Also charged in the case was Jonalyn Ihlenfeld, 37, of 1211 Randolph St. After a warrant was issued for her, police said, she turned herself in.

According to police, charges of theft, receiving stolen property and criminal and conspiracy counts for theft and receiving stolen property were filed against Grebenz and Ihlenfeld after a homeowner reported jewelry was taken from her residence May 15.

Police said no force was used to enter the home and the victim knows both of the accused.

After Ihlenfeld turned herself in, she was arraigned on the charges and released after posting a $1,000 bond. Her preliminary hearing is scheduled for Tuesday.

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