Authorities in Adams and Brown Counties in Ohio are looking for Anthony Ward, also known as “Popeye,” on suspicion that he’s responsible for a string of break-ins, Adams deputies said. Ward was acquitted of child enticement charges last year, with his lawyers blaming his face tattoos on the charges he faced.
Authorities in Adams and Brown Counties in Ohio are looking for Anthony Ward, also known as “Popeye,” on suspicion that he’s responsible for a string of break-ins, Adams deputies said. Ward was acquitted of child enticement charges last year, with his lawyers blaming his face tattoos on the charges he faced. Adams County Sheriff's Office
Authorities in Adams and Brown Counties in Ohio are looking for Anthony Ward, also known as “Popeye,” on suspicion that he’s responsible for a string of break-ins, Adams deputies said. Ward was acquitted of child enticement charges last year, with his lawyers blaming his face tattoos on the charges he faced. Adams County Sheriff's Office

Tattoos got an Ohio man wrongly accused before, lawyer said. Now he’s wanted again.

June 20, 2018 08:52 PM