Suspect in Planet Health larcenies arrested

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Forsyth County MPs identified and arrested a man suspected of being in a series of thefts at Planet Fitness locations in the Piedmont Triad. Hezmond Sneed is being held on bail for $ 50,000. For more information about the arrest, click the video player above. Brian Hawks was one of the targeted victims. He said he was walking on the treadmill when he received a notification that his account was overdrawn. Then his phone rang. “American Express called me and asked if I had made a couple of charges and I knew I wasn’t, so I spoke to them on the phone,” Hawks said. “And when I ran to my locker at the gym, I noticed my truck keys were gone and then I panicked.” The thief had gone into Hawk’s truck but thankfully left the keys. But not before I’ve done serious damage. “My wallet was gone. I left my wallet in my truck so they could get my wallet and immediately went to Walmart and spent over $ 10,000,” said Hawks. Click the video player below to see How Sneed was found on Planet Fitness. The Kernersville Police Department and Forsyth County Sherriff Office posted photos of the suspect on their respective Facebook pages (click here to see Forsyth County Sherriff’s post and Kernersville’s post here) and I think he might be for Be responsible for thefts at other locations. In a statement, Planet Fitness said, “At Planet Fitness, the safety of our members and employees is a top priority. We are aware of recent incidents at our Clemmons and Clemmons Kernersville locations and can confirm that the local franchisee is working closely with the police in their investigations We’ll direct you to local authorities for more information. “Hawks said his gym was very helpful in the aftermath. “They helped tremendously. They had pictures to give to the cop and they gave me a free lock,” Hawks said. “So I use this now. I’ve been back every day since then. I won’t let that stop me , to be healthy. ”

Forsyth County MPs identified and arrested a man suspected of being in a series of thefts at Planet Fitness locations in the Piedmont Triad.

Dhezmond Sneed is being held on bail for $ 50,000.

Click the video player above for more information about the arrest.

Brian Hawks was one of the victims. He said he was walking on the treadmill when he received a notification that his account was overdrawn. Then his phone rang.

“American Express called me and asked if I had a few charges and I knew I wasn’t, so I spoke to them on the phone,” Hawks said. “And when I ran to my gym locker, I noticed my truck keys were gone, so I panicked.”

The thief had gone into Hawks’ truck but luckily had left the keys behind. But not before it has done serious damage.

“My wallet was gone. I left my wallet in my truck so they could get my wallet and immediately went to Walmart and spent over $ 10,000,” said Hawks.

Click the video player below to see how Planet Fitness found Sneed.


The Kernersville Police Department and the Forsyth County Sherriff Office have posted photos of the suspect on their respective Facebook pages (click here to see Forsyth County Sherriff’s post and the city of Kernersville here) believing he was responsible for theft other places could be responsible.

In a statement, Planet Fitness said:

“At Planet Fitness, the safety of our members and employees is our top priority. We are aware of the recent incidents at our Clemmons and Kernersville locations and can confirm that the local franchisee is working closely with the police in their investigation. Additional information will be provided to you the local authorities continue. “

Hawks said his gym has been very helpful as a result.

“They helped tremendously. They had pictures to give to the cop and they gave me a free lock,” Hawks said. “So I’m using this now. I’ve been back every day since then. I won’t let that stop me from being healthy.”