PARKERSBURG, WV (LOOTPRESS) – A man purported to have cut the catalytic converter from an F550 truck belonging to Frontier Communications faces felony charges.
Surveillance video revealed that, on Monday, September 5, 2022, a man had cut the catalytic converter off a Frontier Communications 2015 F550 truck parked at the company’s Market Street location.
The video, along with assistance from the public, identified Joshua S Gibson, 38 of Parkersburg, as a suspect in the theft.
Gibson was subsequently interviewed by detectives, at which point he is alleged to have admitted to his role in the incident.
Detective M. Brown obtained warrants, on which Gibson was arrested and charged with felony offenses of Grand Larceny and Destruction of Property on Monday.
Following arraignment in Wood County Magistrate Court, bond was set for Gibson at $10,000. He has since posted the bond and has been released from custody.