Tuesday, August 24, 1999

Four more 'Most Wanted' suspects have been arrested

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Four more “Tristate's Most Wanted” suspects have been arrested, bringing the total to 845 removed from the list of 1,312 suspects featured in The Cincinnati Enquirer.

        Charles Bennett of Loveland was arrested for allegedly withdrawing cash that was not his from Findlay Savings Bank in Loveland.

        Dorothy Jene Dupee, 27, was arrested on charges of burglary, theft and misuse of credit cards.

        Brandee Wright, 20, of Mount Auburn, was arrested on charges of attempted theft, two counts of receiving stolen property and two counts of forgery.

        Aaron Dockery, 29, of Kennedy Heights, was arrested on charges of failure to comply with a police officer and probation violation.

        The Enquirer publishes “Tristate's Most Wanted” each Monday. Crime Stoppers will pay up to $1,000 for information that leads to an arrest. Callers to 352-3040 can remain anonymous.


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