Storage Shed Thief Arrested by Coke County Sheriff's Deputies


ROBERT LEE, TX – The Coke County Sheriff's Office has confirmed a suspect believed to be involved in multiple storage unit break-ins has been arrested.

According to Coke County S.O., the break-ins affected several storage sheds.

The investigation, conducted by Chief Deputy Williams, Deputy Burdett, and assistance of Administrative Assistant Misti Hayes, led law enforcement to a suspect who has been detained but has not been identified to the public.

The suspect has been charged with two state jail felony crimes. The suspect was then booked into the Runnels County Jail on Monday and had a bond of $20,000.

Coke County deputies have recovered several of the stolen items.

No additional information has been released at this time.

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