Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Three Charged for Three Burglaries

The Sequoyah County Sheriff's Office and Sallisaw Police worked together to catch three alleged burglars recently. They are Vickie R. Randolph, 27, of Ardmore who was charged July 23 in district court with three counts of burglary in the second degree, three counts of grand larceny and one misdemeanor count of possession of  a controlled dangerous substance without prescription; Kyle Joseph Stewart, 25, of Spiro who was charged with three counts of second-degree burglary and three counts of grand larceny; and Christopher Stephen Taylor, 25, of Sallisaw who was charged with three counts of second-degree burglary, three counts of grand larceny and one misdemeanor count of unlawful possession of a controlled, dangerous substance without a prescription.

According to the officers'  report filed with the charges, officers were investigating burglaries reported on July 14 when told the suspects were driving an older Chevrolet Trailblazer and they were in the Muldrow-Roland area. They stopped the vehicle in Roland at about 7 p.m. July 16. Randolph was driving the vehicle, and the officers reported she was "non-compliant and combative' at the time, and had to be placed in custody. Taylor was a passenger in the vehicle and was taken into custody without incident. The officers reported finding used drug paraphernalia, including needles, in the vehicle, which they were told about by Taylor and Randolph. Later the two suspects were interviewed at the county sheriff's office in Sallisaw, and both agreed to speak to officers after they were given their Miranda Warning. Randolph confessed to burglarizing three homes, where a weed eater, leaf blower and chop saw were stolen. At another home items stolen included a television, a gun, a compound bow, a weed eater and a laptop computer. At a third home two televisions were stolen. The officers confirmed that all the items were taken to area pawn shops in Sequoyah County and Fort Smith. Taylor told the investigators that Randolph would drop he and Stewart at the homes to be burgled, and wait for them to return with the stolen items. Stewart surrendered to authorities on July 17. All the stolen property was reclaimed and paid for by the victims, and the officers reported they would be reimbursed by the district attorney's office. Taylor's bond was $7,500. Randolph's bond was $30,000 and Stewart's bond was $35,000. By Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director

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