UPDATE: More charges brought against one suspect in Veteran's War Memorial theft
Amanda Young was arrested and charged with receiving or transferring stolen property.
CHARLESTON, WV -
More charges were brought against a woman accused of stealing from the Veteran's War Memorial in Charleston, WV.
Amanda Young was charged with two counts of grand larceny, two counts of receiving or transferring stolen property, five counts of conspiracy, two counts of destruction of property and one count of filing false information.
Young's bond was set at $25,000.
Bryan LeTart was arrested and charged with grand larceny, receiving or transferring stolen goods, conspiracy to commit grand larceny.
Amanda Young, who was arrested earlier, is also facing more charges.
A woman was arrested and charged with receiving or transferring stolen goods in connection to the theft of several light fixtures at the Veteran's War Memorial on the Capitol Complex in Charleston, WV.
According to Larry Messina with the WV Dept. of Military Affairs, Amanda Young, 32, of Charleston was charged and her bond was set at $10,000. She is being held at South Central Regional Jail.
A total of 14 disks were taken from the memorial and had to be replaced with plywood place holders. The place holders were put in to prevent a potential safety hazard. The disks were recovered from Capital City Recycling by an officer with the Capitol Police.
Police expect to make at least one more arrest. The investigation into the theft is ongoing.
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