TYLER, TX – A joint investigation between the Smith County Sheriff's Office and Henderson County has led to the arrest of Joshua Shapley, 30, in connection with several thefts and burglaries in southwest Smith County and eastern Henderson County.
During a traffic stop on April 25, a Department of Public Safety trooper found a gun, television and jewelry inside Shapley's vehicle. It was determined that these items were from a burglary he had just committed in Frankston. Shapley is currently in the Henderson County Jail facing charges and is expected to face additional charges in Smith County.
Officials also arrested Brandy Hedricks, 28, who is a known associate of Shapley's. She was apprehended Wednesday in Jacksonville.
Tuesday, September 16 2014 7:31 AM EDT2014-09-16 11:31:48 GMT
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