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Four men face formal charges for burglary at Atwoods

Cody Jones (Source: Smith County Judicial Records) Cody Jones (Source: Smith County Judicial Records)
Jaleen Norton (Source: Smith County Judicial Records) Jaleen Norton (Source: Smith County Judicial Records)
Richard Hammonds (Source: Smith County Judicial Records) Richard Hammonds (Source: Smith County Judicial Records)
Krispen Wooten (Source: Smith County Judicial Records) Krispen Wooten (Source: Smith County Judicial Records)
Gakerrion Miller (Source: Smith County Judicial Records) Gakerrion Miller (Source: Smith County Judicial Records)
TYLER, TX (KLTV) -

Four of the five suspects involved in a burglary at Atwoods were indicted in Smith County. 

Cody Morgan Jones, 19, of Big Sandy, Jaleen Norton, 17, of Hawkins, Richard Levi Hammonds, 17, of Hawkins and Krispen Wooten, 18, of Hawkins were each  indicted for burglary of a building. 

According to Smith County judicial records, the fifth suspect, Gakerrion Miller, accepted a plea deal on Nov. 7, 2017 and was sentenced to 15 months in prison.

The five men were arrested in connection to a burglary of Atwood's located on the 3000 block of WNW Loop 323 on Sept. 30, 2017.

Previous story: Tyler P.D.: All five suspects arrested for burglary at Atwoods

After investigators reviewed the store video of the burglary, five suspects were observed in the video committing the crime.  The suspects stole eight rifles from the gun case and attempted to gain entry into another gun case.  The suspects also stole ammunition and other assorted items.

Investigators have recovered some of the stolen guns and continue to recover the other stolen property. 

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