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Breaking News: Deputies Arrest Four in Home Burglaries

The Lowndes County Sheriff’s Department executed three search warrants and arrested four people on Thursday in relation to the string of home burglaries.

In the first search warrant, deputies arrested Kelly Noelle Johnson, 23, Dewayne Marcus Ross, 26, and Timothy Lavonte Ross, 27, all of 758 Hairston Bend Road. The three were charged with possession of stolen property.

The second search warrant resulted in the arrest of Adrian Lamar Erby, 27, of 819 Waterworks Road  at 610 18th Street North. He was charged with possession of weapon by a felon and will also be charged with possession of a stolen firearm.  Several flatscreen TV’s and guns were retrieved from the home as well as $185.00 in cash.

Deputies are still looking for Micheal Fortune and Alesia Epps from the 1000 block of Ranson Road. While the couple was not home at the time, several stolen objects had been set on fire in an attempt to destroy the property, including a Rolex watch. Deputies seized weapons, jewelry, stereos equipment and ammunition from the home.

If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Fortune or Epps, you are encouraged to contact the Lowndes County Sheriff’s Department at (662) 328-1136

The stolen property confiscated in Thursday's roundup

 

 

 

 

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14 comments

  1. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    Waiting for the other shoe to drop on the stolen property bust:search warrants for the known “fences” that are moving these stolen goods into the blackmarket. IMHO, Butch Howard and Tony Cooper already knew their identity.

    And there is no way that Butch Howard and his “investigators” had no “intelligence” on these criminal operatives. This “bust” happened to soon for it to be a start from scratch criminal investigation by the new Sheriff.

    Three criminals were caught down in Noxubee county– game cameras caught them in the act– and it turns out that one of the thieves was the son of a law enforcement officer.

    All three thieves were white guys.

    Game cameras are the best “gumshoes” ever, and they can’t be bribed.

    • Star

      LOL. That is too funny but also so true.

      I’m now wondering about the second search warrant that resulted in the arrest of Adrian Erby because it’s my understanding that this sorry mf came to my kin’s house, looking through the windows, scoping the place. All they would’ve found was another gun but it would NOT have been for them to steal but for them to feel-the full effect of this Mossberg Pump…. let them try it again

  2. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    “Johnny” from Macon that posts on here may have more information on the other two thieves.

    What about it , Johnny?

  3. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    …them to feel-the full effect of this Mossberg Pump…. let them try it again.

    Is that the parkarized version with pistolgrip?

    The Tarus Judge .410/.45 Colt is the cat’s meow, too.

  4. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    Any breaking news on the roundup of the “usual suspects” in fencing stolen goods in the county?

    Clue #1:

    Maybe they should follow those “paintdrops” west into the Prairie where fencing stolen goods is booming.

  5. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    Georgia on my mind.

    Just picked up this item on legislative attempts by Georgians to interdict scrap metal theft in their State.

    Previous legislative attempts at interdiction have been aborted by corporate metal recycling lobbyists in that state.

    I’m sure that is happening here, as well. There is no way that these recyclers are not aware that they are buying stolen property.

    A case in point is the theft of a boom truck that was towed into a local scrap dealer on Gardner Boulevard. The stolen vehicle sat on the scrap yard for a month with BOLO alerts to both the CPD and LCSO;no one reported that the stolen vehicle was in plain site at that facility.

    Only after a careful observer happened to see the stolen truck–now crushed and loaded on a truck with other scap metals– leaving the scrap facility on Gardner Boulevard, did Tony Cooper show up after the 911 call.

    http://www.ajc.com/news/georgia-government/senate-committee-passes-bill-1341154.html

  6. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    Any chance that Dragnet’s Sgt. Joe Friday was Sheriff Arledge’s mentor?

    Surely by now access has been made to banking records and cell phone records of the arrested thieves and that the noose is tightening on the known fences of stolen property in the area.

    Sgt.Joe Friday was THE quintessential “gumshoe” and he did it all without rubber hoses, waterboarding or putting a suspect on “suicide watch,” seizing his prescribed heart medication, sending him to Parchman, stripping him naked and placing him in a cell to sleep on a concrete floor 24/7. This happened to a dear friend of mine who pled guilty to a crime he did not commit, because his court-appointed lawyer said that he could never get a fair trial before a black jury in Noxubee county.

    This is how Sgt. Joe Friday “catches a thief.”.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcLa8d3ayhw&feature=fvsr

  7. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    Ironically, questioning “Wilbur” in this video led to tips that led to solving the theft ring case.

    Irocically, because “Wilbur” is name on the Oktibbeha vehicle registration of the truck that was caught loaded with stolen property, and LCSO would not even show up to investigate. Tony Cooper had the vehicle tag information and two witness to the theft, and he did nothing!

    And Sheriff Aldridge promotes Tony Cooper to chief investigator of the LCSO!

    Isn’t there a Murphy’s Law somewhere to this effect?

  8. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    Actually, it’s the Peter Principle, not Murphy’s Law.

    The Peter Principle:

    In a hierarchy every employee tends to rise to his level of incompetence.

    Corollaries:

    1. In time, every post tends to be occupied by an employee who is incompetent to carry out its duties.

    2. Work is accomplished by those employees who have not yet reached their level of incompetence.

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