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Amanda Martin and LM Lawley II are still at large. Amanda Martin and LM Lawley II are still at large.
Jeremy Blalock and Brooklynn Nieto are in custody. Jeremy Blalock and Brooklynn Nieto are in custody.
Bradlee Mosley and Lisa Abby Peace are in custody. Bradlee Mosley and Lisa Abby Peace are in custody.

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Released by the Van Zandt County Sheriff's Office:

After a day of wreaking havoc on residents of Van Zandt County, four subjects are in custody at the Van Zandt County Sheriff's Office and another two are currently on the run. 

On September 21, 2009, Van Zandt County Deputies were dispatched to a location off FM Rd 3227 on a burglary of a habitation. Shortly after deputies cleared that location, the same deputies were sent to a residence off Cherry Creek on another burglary of a habitation call. 

At approximately 19:30 hours, Canton Police Department came in contact with two individuals identified as Brooklynn Nieto and Jeremy Blalock who were in a stolen vehicle that was reported stolen earlier in the day in Van Zandt County. Officer's realized that they had a vehicle full of possible stolen items. Canton PD contacted the Sheriff's Office and stated that they might have located some stolen property from the burglaries earlier in the day.

Investigators were sent to Wal-Mart and it was determined from interviewing the subjects that some of the guns they had stolen off of Cherry Creek were at a location outside Van. Investigator's escorted the Blalock subject and recovered four guns at that location. 

The following morning, Van Zandt County Investigator's interviewed Nieto and Blalock as to where the other stolen items were that had not been recovered and who else was involved in the burglaries. It was determined that Amanda Martin, L.M. Lawley, Brad Mosley, and Abby Peace were involved to some extent in the burglaries of the residences. 

Investigators were able to recover a stolen television outside Grand Saline that was taken in the Cherry Creek burglary and the owner of the firearm stolen in the burglary on FM 3227 was recovered days later. One of the individuals that were involved in the burglary on FM 3227 contacted the owner and stated that if he wanted his gun back it would cost him $100.00 and that they had traded the gun for drugs in Dallas. 

Between the stolen car and both burglaries, most items have been recovered by Investigator's. At this time the following subjects are being held at the Van Zandt County Justice Center. All have been arraigned by Judge Shinn and bonds set.

Brooklynn Nieto-In Custody
2 counts burglary of habitation
1 count engaging in organized criminal activity
Held on multiple other charges from other agencies
Awaiting arraignment on additional charges

Jeremy Blalock-In Custody
2 counts burglary of habitation
1 count engaging in organized criminal activity
Held on multiple other charges from other agencies
Awaiting arraignment on additional charges

Bradlee Mosley-In Custody
1 count of burglary of habitation
1 count engaging in organized criminal activity
Awaiting arraignment on above charges

Lisa Abby Peace-In Custody
1 county burglary of habitation
1 county engaging in organized criminal activity
Awaiting arraignment on above charges

Amanda Martin-At Large
2 counts burglary of habitation
1 count engaging in organized criminal activity

LM Lawley II-At Large
2 counts burglary of habitation
1 count engaging in organized criminal activity

It is imperative that the public write down the serial number of all items that have one and keep on file in a safe place.  If some items that are of value do not have a serial number, mark those items with something that can distinguish them from someone else's.  Common markings are the last four of your social security number, the last four of your driver's license number, or even your birthday.  Without something to distinguish those items, it is hard for investigators and citizens to make a positive identification in something that might belong to them. 

Crime Stoppers offers rewards for anonymous tips that lead to the arrest of any criminal offense.  By calling 903/567-STOP (567-7867), you can provide information to the sheriff's office about these types of crimes or any other crimes.  Then you are given a special code number, and when the crime is solved, through arrest or conviction, you can use that code number to arrange to collect your cash reward anonymously.  You never have to give your name or other identifying information.

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