Two women, one from Halifax County, were charged with breaking and entering a residence in northern Halifax County on Tuesday.
Natalie Noelle Khalatbari, 40, of Meadow Court, Warrenton, and 28-year-old Siedah Smith Chandler of Sandy Ridge Road, Nathalie, were arrested on Tuesday by Halifax County Sheriff’s Deputy C. G. Martin following a report of breaking and entering a residence, according to Halifax County Sheriff Fred Clark.
Clark said that at approximately 10:40 p.m. on Tuesday a call came into the E-911 center reporting a B&E of a residence on Hog Wallow Road in Nathalie.
The homeowner told dispatch that the B&E had just occurred and gave a description and partial tag number of the vehicle leaving the scene.
Members from the Halifax County Sheriff’s Office and Virginia State Police responded to the scene, and a short time later Trooper D. N. Clark met a vehicle matching the description on Clarkton Road, according to the sheriff.
Trooper Clark was able to conduct a traffic stop, with Deputy Martin arriving shortly thereafter, and through an investigation it was found that some of the reported stolen properties were in the vehicle.
Khalatbari and Chandler, the occupants of the vehicle were both arrested and charged with breaking and entering a residence, according to Sheriff Clark.
Both Khalatbari and Chandler were transported to Blue Ridge Regional Jail Authority and held with no bond.