Friday, March 28, 2014
Editor’s note: According to information provided Wednesday by the Summerville Police Department, the following suspects were still at large. All photos provided by reporting agency.
Name: Jimmy Ross Harvey, Jr.
Description: White male, 5’10”, 180 pounds
Last known address: 4462 Rose Drive, Ravenel
Wanted for: Grand Larceny Wanted by: Summerville Police Department
Wanted since: December 2012
Investigators allege: Harvey stole jewelry and money, valued at $2,840, from the victim while performing plumbing work at her home. Harvey was later arrested for a separate larceny offense, and it was discovered he had a ring of the victim’s in his possession. Harvey admitted to Berkeley County police he had stole the remainder of the victim’s jewelry at a Cash 4 Gold store in West Ashley. Harvey had previously been convicted for larceny and shoplifting.
Name: Ravela Nichelle Jant
Description: Black female, 5’4”, 250 pounds
Last known address: 7925 St. Ives Road #16D, Charleston
Wanted for: Breach of Trust
Wanted by: Summerville Police Department
Wanted since: September 2009
Investigators allege: Jant fraudulently used the Publix business card of her employer, The Cypress House, to purchase various grocery items in the amount of $6,136.07 from December 2008 – March 2009. She was employed as the assistant manager at the time. The company received several outstanding bills from Publix, which alerted them to the situation. Publix provided copies of receipts Jant had signed. During the internal company investigation, Jant told her employer she used the card to purchase groceries for her family members who had fallen on hard times.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of these suspects may call the Summerville Police Department at (843) 851-4100. Crime tips can also be sent to Crime Stoppers by phone at 554-1111, by text message at CRIMES or 274637 (start the message with “TIPCSL”) or on the web at www.5541111.com.
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