Thursday, July 14, 2011
Burglary suspects arrested
By SUE WATSON
Marshall County investigators made four arrests in connection with residential or commercial burglaries this week, according to sheriff Kenny Dickerson.
Three suspects were arrested in connection with a number of residential burglaries in Marshall, Tate and possibly DeSoto counties, he said.
DeManuel Lequinn Tinnin, 22, and Deangelo Miguel Tinnin, 18, of the 8100 block of Highway 309 South, and Jerwin Tunstall, 18, of Tyro Road in Holly Springs, were arrested and charged with burglaries of homes, the sheriff said.
Each suspect is charged with one count burglary of a home and the suspects are expected to be indicted by the November grand jury on multiple counts of burglary, Dickerson said.
“The investigators in Marshall and Tate counties worked long hours to link these burglaries to these suspects,” Dickerson said.
Items stolen included guns, jewelry and flat-screen televisions, he said.
In a separate investigation a suspect was arrested Tuesday and charged with the break-in and burglary of JoJo’s Truck Stop in Red Banks early Tuesday morning, Dickerson said.
Officers arrived at the truck stop and found the front door broken out and the cash register drawer removed, the sheriff said. Officers reviewed video surveillance and were able to identify a white male suspect, Dickerson said.
The suspect, Joshua Sanders, 20, of the 4900 block of Highway 178 West, Red Banks, was taken into custody about 7:30 a.m. Tuesday. Sanders is charged with one count burglary of a commercial building and one count possession of a controlled substance by the Marshall County sheriff’s office and one count burglary of a commercial building by the Byhalia Police Department.
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