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Two Charged with Wire Theft from Potomac Edison

Ronald Lee Fishel Jr., 26, and Tiffany Renee Smith, 23, both of Virginia have been charged with one count of felony theft, possession of heroin, possession of controlled paraphernalia, and possession of paraphernalia.
WASHINGTON COUNTY, Md. - Deputies with the Washington County Sheriff's Office have arrested two people after they say the pair stole wire cable from Potomac Edison. 

Ronald Lee Fishel Jr., 26, and Tiffany Renee Smith, 23, both of Virginia have been charged with one count of felony theft, possession of heroin, possession of controlled paraphernalia, and possession of paraphernalia. 

Detectives say on Feb. 19, 2014 they conducted surveillance in the area of Cumberland Valley Recycling on 1457 Oak Ridge Place in Hagerstown. At the time, detectives were searching for two suspects who were wanted for stealing cables and clamps from a Potomac Edison Service Center in Martinsburg, West Virginia. 

Detectives spotted a car matching the suspect vehicle, and pulled the vehicle over. During a search of the vehicle heroin, syringes, other drug paraphernalia, tools, coin sets, antique military money, wire and other scrap material were located. 

Some of the tools found were marked with the initials J.M.H. 

Deputies say the investigation is currently ongoing. They're asking if anyone has information about the property found inside the vehicle, specifically the tools marked J.M.H., to contact Sgt. Greg Alton at (240)-313-2185. 

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