Two thefts, one suspect. The Wapello County Sheriff’s Office says it received two separate reports of thefts an hour apart in the early morning hours Friday (10/1). The first was in the 10,000 block of Highland Center Road, where a suspect entered several outbuildings before stealing farm-related equipment and leaving on a dirt bike. The second was in the 13,000 block of 120th Avenue, where a kids’ Polaris ATV was taken from behind the residence. During the investigation, Wapello County Deputies found a dirt bike and trailer abandoned near the 4-H building on 120th Avenue. Then around 12:30am Saturday (10/2), Deputies saw someone pull into the area where the dirt bike had been abandoned. The suspect arrived on a kids’ Polaris ATV. K-9 officer Hex was needed to track down the suspect in a wooded area. Leathers admitted to the theft and burglary the night before and the ATV he was using was the one that was reported stolen. 36-year-old Jamison Grant Leathers is charged with third degree burglary and second degree theft. Leathers is free on bond.