Police: 2 arrested, accused of burglarizing same home twice; 3rd suspect sought

Police: 2 arrested, accused of burglarizing same home twice; 3rd suspect sought

Arin Williams -- He is accused of burglarizing from a Carrollton County home on two separate occasions.

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WHAS11.com

Posted on November 19, 2012 at 11:33 PM

Updated Tuesday, Nov 20 at 6:40 AM

CARROLL CO., Ky. (NEWS RELEASE) -- Two people have been arrested for burglarizing a Carrollton residence on two separate occasions in October and November. A third is still sought for the crimes.

Zachary Sloan, 18-years-old and of Carrollton, was charged with burglary first degree and burglary first degree complicity on Nov. 3. Arin Williams, of Carrollton, was charged with two counts of burglary first degree on Nov. 14 after he was found hiding in a closet in the 600 block of Fifth Street in Carrollton.

The Carrollton Police Department received a report on Oct. 24, 2012 from Billy Wilson that his home in the 300 block of Highland Avenue had been broken into while he was at work. Lt. John See responded to the scene and noted there was forcible entry. Wilson reported a Taurus 9mm semi-automatic pistol, Playstation III game console with one controller, Xbox game console with two controllers, buck knife with antler handle and a copy of The Avengers movie were stolen.

On Nov. 2, 2012 the same person reported his home was burglarized a second time while he was at work. Again, forced entry was used to get inside the home. This time he reported stolen a Mossberg 12 gauge shotgun, Browning 7mm-08 with scope, Rugar 22 with scope and a safe with checkbooks inside; CPD Officer Daniel Embry began investigating the second burglary.

Police were able to develop three suspects in the burglaries. Police received permission to search an apartment in the 100 block of Fourth Street in Carrollton and located a knife in the apartment matching the one reported stolen on Oct. 24 by Wilson.

Officer Embry interviewed Sloan, who admitted to breaking into the Highland Avenue home with Williams on Nov. 2, 2012. Sloan was arrested at the conclusion of the Nov.3 interview.

The Xbox 360 was recovered from a pawn shop in Florence, but the Playstation 3 was sold from a game store before it could be recovered. Office Embry was able to recover all of the items taken in the Nov. 2 burglary. The handgun taken in the Oct. 24 burglary was not recovered.

Police found Williams hiding in a closet in the 600 block of Fifth Street on Nov. 14, 2012 and arrested him on two counts of burglary first degree.  Both Williams and Sloan are lodged in the Carroll County Detention Center.

A third person is still sought by police.






 

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