Dublin police arrest burglary suspect
A suspected armed robber Dublin police searched for June 26 was apprehended in Columbus.
The U.S. Marshal's Office, with the assistance of Delaware County sheriff's deputies, arrested 23-year-old Zachary Davis on June 28 at a residence on South Harris Avenue in Columbus, according to information from the city of Dublin.
Davis was wanted by the Delaware County sheriff's office in connection with an aggravated burglary early this week at an Olentangy River Road residence in Liberty Township.
Dublin police became involved in the search for Davis after he fled from police. At about 5 p.m. June 26 police searched for the suspect in the area of I-270 and Emerald Parkway.
Dublin police are searching for a Columbus man suspected of burglary.
Zachary Davis, 23, “fled the area of I-270 over Riverside Drive at approximately 5 p.m. (June 26),” according to information from the city. “Police believe he fled underneath the I-270 and Emerald Parkway bridge.”
Davis is a 5-foot-10l, 165-pound white male with brown hair and blue eyes. Davis has a tattoo on his neck and was last seen wearing green camouflage shorts and a grey or white T-shirt. He possibly is armed with a handgun.
Dublin police, along with the Delaware County sheriff’s office, Perry Township police, Ohio State Highway Patrol and Columbus police, are searching the area.
Anyone with information regarding Davis’ whereabouts is asked to call Dublin police at 614-889-1112 or the Delaware Country sheriff at 740-833-2800.