|RBS Police Charge Four After Break-In - Page 2|
|Written by Debbie Gregory|
|Tuesday, April 15, 2014|
Page 2 of 2“Lloyd Neal Ritter, who oversees the Smith Chapel property, came to me on Saturday morning, April 5, stating that someone had been in the house,” said Officer Morgan. “When I went to do a report there was a bird cage in the house that was one of the items that was missing.”
Officer Morgan stated that there was bird seed, bedding and pieces of the bird cage laying everywhere outside. “While standing there I noticed something shiny laying in the yard and it was a mirror that had been on the cage. Then I saw another piece of the cage and it all led right to the front door of a small rental trailer that is owned by Reid Bray.”
A lengthy investigation that day led to the arrests of Christopher Blackburn, Tyler Jenkins, Spencer Holden, and Tammy Dyer.
“I have recovered some of the property, but there is still numerous items missing,” said Officer Morgan. “This case is still under investigation.”
Tyler Shane Jenkins, 19, of Haydenburg Ridge Road in Whitleyville, was charged with aggravated burglary and theft of property on April 5 by Officer Morgan. Bond is set at $4,000. General Sessions Court date is set for June 4.
Spencer Jameson Holden, 21, of McCormick Ridge Road in Hermitage Springs, was charged with aggravated burglary and theft of property on April 5 by Officer Morgan. Bond is set at $4,000. General Sessions Court date is set for June 4.
Tammy Dyer, 37,of King Hill Road in RBS, was charged with theft of property and contributing to the delinquency of a minor on April 8 by Officer K. Woodard. Bond is set at $1,500. General Sessions Court date is set for June 4.
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