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Posted on: January 28, 2022

[ARCHIVED] FPD Theft Investigation and Arrest

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January 28, 2022

Fishers, (Indiana): Fishers police solve multiple theft cases following the arrest of a Brownsburg couple.

Shortly after the first of the year, the Fishers Police Department began investigating several thefts involving unattended vehicles. Officers assigned to the Crime Reduction Unit, the Criminal Investigations Division, Patrol, and Intel launched an extensive investigation resulting in the identification and arrest of two suspects. As a result of this investigation officers recovered three stolen vehicles and a large amount of stolen property related to twelve separate victims. 

The Fishers Police Department would like to take this opportunity to remind residents to remove all items of value and never leave their vehicle unlocked and unattended. 

Media Personnel – Please direct any further questions, regarding these cases, to the Hamilton County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office. 

Arrested:       Levi Weaver

                        35 years old

                        Brownsburg, Indiana

Charge(s):    Auto Theft with a Prior Conviction Class Level 5 Felony (2 counts)

Theft with a Prior Conviction Level 6 Felony (2 counts)

Fraud Level 6 Felony (2 Counts)

Possession of Methamphetamine Level 6 Felony

Unauthorized Entry into a Motor Vehicle Class “A” Misdemeanor (2 counts)

Held:              Hamilton County Jail

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Arrested:       Jade Cotterman

                        33 years old

                        Brownsburg, Indiana

Charge(s):    Theft with a Prior Conviction Level 6 Felony 

Fraud Level 6 Felony

Possession of Methamphetamine Level 6 Felony


Held:              Hamilton County Jail

                                                                         A charge is merely an accusation, and the arrested person(s) is presumed innocent until proven guilty

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