Ashe Sheriff's Ofice Arrests Suspects In Break-In Cases
Ashe County Sheriff James Williams reports that several suspects have been arrested recently clearing 4 different residential break-ins. Detectives have arrested 31 year old David Allen Holman of West Jefferson in the break-in of the residence of John M Cahill of the Todd Community which took place around March 17, 2012. Suspect Holman was also arrested in the break-in of the Andrew Bryant home which is also located in Todd. Bryant’s home was broken into on March 17, 2012. Suspect Holman was charged with Breaking and Entering and Larceny after Breaking and Entering in the case of each residence. Holman has made bond and is awaiting probable cause hearings. 31 year old Scott Stout of Laurel Springs, was arrested in the break-in of Thomas C Woodie of Laurel Springs. Woodie’s reseidence was broken into just prior to Christmas. Stout pled guilty to the charges of breaking, entering, and larceny while in court on similar charges stemming from multiple earlier break-ins. The Terri Ford residence of Grassy Creek was broken into on March 26, 2012. Arrested for this break-in was 19 year old Christopher Charles Campbell of Grassy Creek and 19 year old Chad Edward Campbell, of Grassy Creek. Both suspects have made bond and are awaiting their probable cause hearings. The Campbells were charged with Breaking and Entering, Larceny after Breaking and Entering, and Possession of Burglary Tools. Multiple pieces of property were taken from these residences, some of which has been recovered.