- Last Updated on 12:00 AM 02/03/12
- BY Staff
Four suspects have been arrested in connection with a break-in that occurred last Friday night at Johnson Store located on Acorn Road in Nathalie. According to Sheriff Fred Clark, someone broke into Johnson’s Quick Shop and stole beer, cigarettes, money and a VCR tape on the night of Jan. 27.
Entry to the store was gained through the front door that sustained a considerable amount of damage, Clark said.
Inv. M.A. Womack was assigned to the case, and as result of his investigation Deputy J. O. Tanner arrested 29-year-old Jeremy Andrew Elliott of Stage Coach Road, Nathalie on Jan. 28 and Tasha Jane Rutledge, 24, of Stanley N.C on Jan. 30.
Elliott and Rutledge were each charged with breaking and entering, grand larceny and destroying property.
Deputy Q. W. Clark arrested Shawn Gregory Venable, 57, of Depot Road, Rustburg on Jan. 29, and he was charged with the same offenses as Elliott and Rutledge.
Deputy S. Edmonds arrested Alisha Marie Wright, 36, of Mattox Street, Brookneal on Jan. 29, and she also was charged with the same offenses.
In other police reports:
• An 18-year-old Nathalie man faces a felony charge of violating a good behavior provision, according to Halifax County Sheriff’s Office records.
Corey Thomas Angel of Cody Road was charged with the alleged offense that occurred on Jan. 26, and Tanner served the warrant Tuesday.
• Gregory Jerome Hamlett, 32, of Dudley Road, Halifax faces a misdemeanor charge of assault and battery of a family member.
The alleged offense occurred Tuesday, and Deputy A. W. Britton served the warrant the same day.
• Matthew M. Moore, 23, of Volens Road, Nathalie faces a misdemeanor charge of driving on a suspended license.
Clark served the warrants Wednesday.
• Jonathan Stephens, 21, of Halifax faces a charge of breaking and entering and petty larceny, according to Lt. D. W. Barker of the South Boston Police.
Officer R.J. Mead served the warrants.
• Nathan Berkley, 28, of South Boston faces a charge of shoplifting.
Officer A. E. Whitmore served the warrant.