CAMBRIDGE, Ohio -- A Cambridge man is facing charges following an unusual call to the Guernsey County Sheriff's Office on Monday night.
Detectives say that a woman called into the Sheriff's Office around 11 p.m., and told deputies her boyfriend was in the process of burglarizing a home in Liberty Township. The informant said she had dropped off the suspect on Eighth Street Road just a few minutes earlier and he was breaking into a residence somewhere in the area.
The woman met with deputies and while they were attempting to determine the suspect's location, an alarm drop sounded at a home in the vicinity. The suspect then reportedly called the woman and told her he needed to be picked up. Deputies rode along with the woman and took the suspect, 45-year-old Denny "the Raccoon" Martin, into custody without incident.
Reports say Martin allegedly made an unsuccessful attempt to break into a home on Eighth Street Road, and the reportedly broke into a garage at the same address, setting off the alarm.
Martin was charged with a felony 3 count of breaking and entering, and an F5 count of attempted burglary in Cambridge Municipal Court this afternoon. He remains in custody, with a bond hearing scheduled for later today.