26-year-old Nicholas Tozzi and 33-year-old Amanda Vanelli were charged with criminal attempt burglary they tried to burglarize a storage unit at U-Stor but fled when the alarm was set off to be caught due to video footage 5 days later.
25-year-old Bill Hancock and 20-year-old Destiny Anthony were charged with theft of property after police found them in a stolen 2020 Dodge Journey outside of Check Into Cash, then Bill was caught with the keys and marijuana.
42-year-old Gary Goforth was charged with burglary, theft of property, and possession of burglary tools after he was caught with a saw and fresh-cut catalytic converter.
43-year-old Shawn Watson was charged with possession of meth, Xanax, and drug paraphernalia, as well as theft of a vehicle, and theft of a handgun after being pulled over for a broken taillight and the cops found the car to be stolen.
22-year-old Nakayla Evans and 45-year-old Tina Suggs were charged with theft of merchandise when they were caught smuggling clothing, laundry detergeant, and diapers out of a local Family Dollar in a trash bag.
42-year-old Michael Jones was charged with criminal trespass and theft of property after he stole food from Family Dollar and brazenly ate it on the bench outside multiple days in a row.
33-year-old Kristine Lowe was charged with theft of property after she was found in a Dodge Charger that she admitted to stealing with her boyfriend in July of 2019 at a motel.
18-year-old Marcus Humphrey was charged with theft of property, vandalism, leaving the scene of an accident, and aggravated assault after stealing a 2017 Dodge Charger and then using it to strike an officer and police vehicle.
28-year-old Jacy Moore was charged with felon possessing a handgun, possession firearm felony, unlawfully carrying weapon, driving on suspended, possession of Alprazolam and marijuana, marijuana, fake license plate, paraphernalia, and theft.
20-year-old Jack Guy was charged with theft after he was caught stuffing his pants with $10.97 of merchandise from The Home Depot.