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Monday's Most Wanted: Week of 3/25/13
Written by Nicole Porter
Last updated on March 26, 2013 @ 7:11PM
Created on March 25, 2013 @ 6:06PM
 
The Harrison County Sheriff's Department needs your help finding Bobbi Ashley Johnson. She's wanted on a variety of charges including burglary, grand larceny, forgery, uttering and conspiracy. Police said last summer, Johnson and a man broke into a house near Lost Creek where they stole jewelry and checks.
 
Johnson's believed to be either here or in Louisiana.
 
If you can help police, call the sheriff's department at 304-623-6655.
 


In Monongalia County, the Sheriff's Department also needs your help. They're looking for a man violating his home confinement.

Brian Bair was originally charged with multiple DUI's. The 32-year-old is 5'10" tall and weighs around 225 pounds. He has brown eyes and black hair.
 
If you know where he is, call the Monongalia County Sheriff's Department at 304-291-7291.

The Bridgeport Police need your help identifying a woman they say stole hundreds of dollars that a veteran accidentally left at a store last  month.
 


Police said around 11:15 a.m. on February 18, this woman walked into the Walgreens Pharmacy at the intersection of Lodgeville Road and Route 50. On the counter, there was an envelope with about $500 in cash that an elderly man mistakenly left there. Video shows this woman putting the money insider her wallet while she bought some stuff. She left the store in a dark colored Honda SUV. 
 
She's described as being approximately 50 years old with graying black hair and dark colored glasses. She was last seen wearing a maroon jacket over a green shirt, dark colored pants and shoes. If you know her, call Officer Hammond at 304-842-8260 extension 124.
 
UPDATE:
Two people featured in the past have been caught.
 
Dewayne Lawhorn, wanted by the Clarksburg Police, was arrested last week. Also in the past week, Byron Miller, turned himself in to the Harrison County Sheriff's Department.

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