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Home burglarized, 3 arrested

Ryan Platt Photo Source: Henderson County Ryan Platt Photo Source: Henderson County
Jordan Meshell Photo Source: Henderson County Jordan Meshell Photo Source: Henderson County
Dustin Martin Photo Source: Henderson County Dustin Martin Photo Source: Henderson County

Released by Sheriff Ray Nutt:

On January 2, 2010, Deputy Tracy Dunnington received a report of burglary of a habitation on Lakewood Lane in Chandler. Investigator Kendell Wellman was assigned the case for further investigation.

The homeowner installed security cameras at the residence, which captured the images of three male suspects breaking into and entering the residence. Over $5,000 worth of property was taken from the residence. Still photos of the suspects were circulated in a flyer assembled by Investigator Wellman. Numerous citizens in the Chandler area contacted Investigator Wellman and provided him with information that lead to the positive identification of the suspects.

Investigator Wellman and Henderson County Deputy Adam Smith made contact with the three suspects on 1/22/10 at a residence in Westwood Beach. Further information was obtained linking the suspects to the crime and all were arrested at the scene. Several items of stolen property were recovered at the residence and other items were located at pawn shops in Athens and Tyler.

The arrested persons were identified as Ryan Platt, Jordan Meshell, and Dustin Martin. All three subjects were booked into the Henderson County Jail charged with burglary of a habitation, a third degree felony and engaging in organized criminal activity, a second degree felony.

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