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Rec. dept. burglaries solved; three arrested

According to sheriff Larry Waller, three young people arrested early Monday have admitted to two recent burglaries at the recreation department on Gordon Road. YET ANOTHER UPDATE: Subsequent release from sheriff’s department follows: Date: August 31, 2009 Ref: Haley Standridge ***************************Press Release************************** After a complete and thorough investigation by the Barnesville Police Department and the Lamar County Sheriff’s Office, Haley Standridge will not be charged in connection with any of the burglaries. Haley Standridge will be charged with Possession of Marijuana less than one ounce along with all the other suspects in this case. Major Brad White UPDATE: Barnesville police investigator Al Moltrum reported this morning that Haley Standridge was questioned with regard to this case and subsequently released. However, the sheriff’s department has not yet reported her cleared. Her name was included ina news release from the sheriff and her mug shot was released by the sheriff’s department. The sheriff’s news release appears verbatim at the end of this post. Investigators recovered a safe and cash register stolen from the recreation office and a concession stand, according to major Brad White. Multiple charges including burglary and possession of marijuana are pending against Stephen DeWolfe, 21; Joshua Anderson, 17, and Haley Standridge, 19. The three are also charged suspected of burglarizing C&B Convenience Store. PRESS RELEASE Lamar County Sheriff’s Office August 31, 2009 In the early hours this morning units of the Lamar County Sheriff’s Office and the Barnesville Police Department observed suspicious behavior of several individuals. The individuals driving gave rise to a traffic stop and marijuana in plain view gave probable cause for a search of the vehicle. Information given caused Sheriff’s investigators to go to 106 Bypass Road, the home of Stephen De Wolf, w/m, age 21 one of the offenders where permission to search the barn was given. Upon approaching the barn, property matching recent burglaries was observed in plain view and in an abundance of caution a search warrant was obtained. Others arrested were Joshua Anderson w/m age 17, and Haley Stanridge, w/f age 19. Initially the three were charged with burglary of the C&B Convenience Store, Hwy 41 South. Their charges were burglary and possession of less than one ounce of marijuana. Other charges may be forthcoming. The Barnesville Police and Sheriff’s Office continue to work together to better serve the citizens of both Barnesville and Lamar County.

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