Created on: Saturday,January 11 11:07 PM
Last modified: Saturday,January 11 11:07 PM

Mon sheriff's department in search of man who may know about stolen credit cards


The Monongalia County Sheriff’s Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying a man who may have information about stolen credit cards.

According to information provided by the sheriff’s department, the man is black, between 5-foot-8 and 6-feet tall and appears to be in his late 30s to mid 40s.

In two separate sets of surveillance photos taken at Wal-Mart in January and November 2013, the man can be seen wearing a leather jacket.

He is thought to drive a charcoal grey Jeep Grand Cherokee with tinted windows. The vehicle appears to have a West Virginia license plate.

Contact Deputy Morgan at 304-291-7260 with any information.


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haha WOW. You guys are really dumb. Way to come through and make WV look how everyone perceives it. Not sure you guys know but that article has been shown on national news networks and all over the internet. People are laughing at YOU, Dominion Post. How could your newspaper be so ignorant??
1/17/2014 5:58:00 AM

Shame on your stupidity. West Virginia has enough image problems without The Dominion Post showing its racism.
1/16/2014 10:24:21 PM

You guys are great!! C in Savannah/ Atlanta/New York. Thanks for telling it like it is!
1/16/2014 12:15:19 AM

I am outraged by this "mistake." This should have caught someone's eye! As a newspaper, I wouldn't think you would print something like this even if it had come straight from the deputy. Your lack of apology regarding this "mistake" shows your lack of human decency. Shame on you.
1/15/2014 11:46:18 AM

Charlene Schwartz
This is absurd. It's no wonder the Black community do not trust the police officials. This was the lamest duck I've seen yet in WV. And then you expect people to buy into some editors error. Is this editor deaf, dumb bling AND racit? Sheesh!
1/14/2014 6:12:42 PM

Doesn't matter Shirley the stupidity and racism of The DPost is by now known around the world.
1/14/2014 9:23:12 AM

Kim in Virginia
I hope you realize how much traction your copyeditor's mistake is getting and negative publicity you are bringing to that deputy, WV in general, and police in general. People are attributing it to racism. Please do run explanation on home page of your website along with the copyeditor's explanation of how and why he/she left the most important information and photos out of this announcement. In little time the original newspaper clipping of WV deputy looking for a black man in WV has spread like wildfire - and without the accompanying explanation for the major omission and without the deputy's original complete submission. It's been shared thousands of times on Facebook alone as well as other sites dedicated to calling out racism. And the comments are all negative which you would expect.
1/13/2014 9:14:16 PM

Cassie Shaner
Due to a copy editor’s error, an item was published in The Dominion Post on Saturday without a full description of a suspect sought by the Monongalia County Sheriff’s Department in connection with stolen credit cards. The corrected item with the full description ran in the Sunday edition of The Dominion Post and was published on late Saturday with three photographs.
1/13/2014 11:11:00 AM

shirley champe
you ll there need too put on front page of paper an apology too Deputy Morgan and citizens of WV that read and buy your paper.AND ADMIT MISTAKE
1/12/2014 12:12:52 PM

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