The DeKalb County Sheriff's Department has made three arrests in two recent home break-ins.
Sheriff Patrick Ray says 23 year old Thomas Jacob Sims of 165 Lakeside Drive, Smithville and 19 year old Jennia Lee Wilson of 1677 Snow Hill Road, Dowelltown are charged in connection with a break-in at a residence on Vandergriff Hollow off Dry Creek Road during the early morning hours of Wednesday, September 20th.
Entry was made through a back door and several items were stolen including a computer, drill, answering machine, candles, personal care items, and a BOSE AM/FM CD radio, valued at over $1,000.
Sheriff Ray says the intruders even cooked a meal and ate before they left.
Sims is charged with aggravated burglary, a first offense of driving on a suspended license, and theft over $1,000.
Wilson is also charged with aggravated burglary and theft over $1,000
Meanwhile, 34 year old Lori Kilgore of 775 Dr. Jennings Road, Rock Island is charged with theft of property over $1,000 and aggravated burglary in a break-in on September 16th at a residence on Blue Springs Road, in which some jewelry was stolen. She will appear in General Sessions Court October 12th.
In another case, 47 year old Tim Cantrell of 463 White Oak Drive was charged last Tuesday with four counts of prescription fraud.
Sheriff Ray says Cantrell allegedly passed a forged prescription for hydrocodone at four local pharmacies between September 4th and 16th. His bond is $10,000 and he will be in court on the charges October 12th.