A gang faces crime after a series of crimes at a popular theme park

A group faces felony charges for a series of crimes that resulted in the theft of thousands of dollars worth of property from a popular theme park.

No matter what theme park you visit, whether it’s a Disney park at Walt Disney World Resort or Disneyland Resort, or if you’re taking a trip to various theme parks across the country, including Universal Orlando Resort, Universal Studios Hollywood, Six Flags, Busch Gardens, SeaWorld, Cedar Point, Lost Island Theme Park, you are sure to have a great time.

Credit: Kings Island

Kings Island, located in Mason, Ohio, is home to over 100 rides, shows and attractions. The beloved theme park offers many thrilling rides including Orion, Diamondback, Banshee, The Beast, Adventure Express, Delirium, Congo Falls and many more. It is also home to the Soak City Water Park.

However, for many guests visiting the popular amusement park, they left with fewer items than they had at the entrance to the amusement park.

A trio of men are facing felony charges after allegedly stealing items from customers’ vehicles and storage bins during rides that resulted in thousands of dollars’ worth of property missing. Quentario Irvin Lakes Dye, 45, Lamont Johnson, 20, and Branden Benito Fantroy, 20, were each indicted Monday by a Warren County grand jury on nine counts of receiving stolen property, Journal news reports.

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Credit: Kings Island

“It pisses me off when people go out there with a flight plan,” Warren County District Attorney David Fornshell said. “But it happens every year.”

The men are accused of stealing thousands of dollars in cash, credit cards, gift cards, cell phones and electronic devices from unlocked vehicles and storage bins for roller coaster riders.

According to Fornshell, the men visited Kings Island “solely to steal” and were eventually caught trying to use stolen credit cards to buy gift cards at a local Kroger.

This is not the first incident to occur at Kings Island this year. Guests staying at the resort’s campground erupted in a fight that culminated in a stabbing and subsequent arrest earlier this summer.

What do you think of this accused group? Let us know in the comments.

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