2011 Concord Township burglary solved, ending in arrests

CONCORD TWP, Ohio - The Lake County Sheriff's Office Detective Bureau has made arrests in a Concord Township burglary after a yearlong investigation.

A flat screen television, laptop computer and two semi-automatic handguns were stolen from a home in the 12000 block of Carter Road on Nov. 28, 2011, according to the sheriff's office.

In April, one of the stolen guns was found in Pittsburgh. The Lake County Crime lab matched a fingerprint obtained at the burglary to Myya Ligon-Means, who was being held in the Lake County Jail on an unrelated charge, in October.

Detectives interviewed Ligon-Means and she admitted that her and two co-conspirators committed the burglary. She identified them as Charles Coster and Jasper King.

Coster was also interviewed and admitted that all three were involved in the crime.

King and Coster have been arrested and a warrant has been obtained for Ligon-Means, who has not yet been arrested.

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