HIGHWAY J BUSINESS BURGLARY LEADS TO ARRESTS

This morning, the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office responded to a business located along the 500 block of Highway J for a burglary that occurred sometime overnight.

Investigators gained access to the facility’s surveillance video.  During the surveillance review, investigators recognized one of the burglars as 19-year-old Justin Spalding, of Hawk Point, from a previous burglary he was involved in.

Within hours, Spalding was picked up at a residence along the 6400 block of Bobeen Lane, in Troy.  During the interview, investigators learned the second burglar was 19-year-old Brennan Ford, of Troy, and a short time later Ford was taken into custody at his residence.

Ford told investigators he and Spalding wanted to get into the business and see what they could find.  Both made entry into the business through a window and took several items from within.  The two returned to the Ford’s residence.

Detectives applied for and received a search warrant on Ford’s residence and recovered the stolen items.

Justin Spalding is charged with felony Second Degree Burglary and misdemeanor Stealing and is currently housed in the Lincoln County Jail under a $15,000 cash only bond.  Other conditions of bond may apply.

Brennan Ford is charged with felony Second Degree Burglary and misdemeanor Stealing and is currently housed in the Lincoln County Jail under a $10,000 cash only bond.  Other conditions of bond may apply.

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