Woman wanted for questioning in Byron Ridge case
First Update (5/29/13 1:10 PM)
Officials with the Dougherty County Police Department say that the woman has been identified as Janie Louise Shreves and that David Lee Watson Jr. has been identified as the driver of the pickup truck. Both were arrested over the weekend on unrelated charges and are being held in the Dougherty County Jail.
Both have been charged with burglary in the first degree and criminal trespass for the Byron Ridge Lane case.
Dougherty County Police are soliciting the public's help in identifying a female who entered a home without the owners permission.
Around 1:30 PM on May 23rd, a white female is seen in surveillance video walking up to the residence located in the 200 block of Byron Ridge Lane. She knocked on the door and when she found that no one was home, she drove around to the garage and went inside.
The owner of the home was on vacation at the time. He says items in the garage were tampered with but Nothing was missing.
A white man was driving the woman around in an older blue Chevrolet. If woman is caught, she may face burglary charges although nothing was taken.
Police say there was a burglary on May 14th on Tallahassee Road, which is not far from Byron Ridge Lane and these cases could possibly be related. In the Tallahassee Road burglary $6,000 worth of items were taken. Burglars took one television, one computer, five firearms and money.
Anyone with information about either case is asked to contact Crime Stoppers or Dougherty County Police.
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