Two female and two male subjects were arrested and charged with aggravated burglary and theft over $1,000 after their involvement in the armed home invasion of Bryan Thompson in Red Boiling Springs on the evening of Sunday, August 2nd.

According to Red Boiling Springs Police Chief Terry Tuck, Officer Jesse Gentry responded to the report of a residential armed robbery at an apartment complex located at130 Witcher Hollow Rd.

“It’s my understanding that the subjects exited their vehicle, mentioned having a weapon and entered the home,” Tuck commented.

Chief Tuck also stated that Thompson, who was not inside his residence at the time of the robbery, witnessed the robbery at his residence and was familiar with the offenders.  

Upon the officer’s arrival, several items totaling over $1,000 in value had been taken from Thompson’s residence including a small television, assorted clothing, fishing poles and hunting equipment.

All four subjects, 34-year-old Jamey Holland, 19-year-old Katie Slayton, 22-year-old David Masters and 24-year-old Amanda Caruso, were arrested at a bar establishment in Clay County.

Thompson’s property was later recovered on the side of Hance Hollow Rd., and police located a .45 caliber pistol belonging to Jamey Holland.

The Macon and Clay County Sheriffs Departments assisted in the case and Tuck stated that the investigation is ongoing.
If you have any information regarding this case, contact the Red Boiling Springs Police Department at 699-2011.