2 Arrested In Walker County Storage Unit Break-In

  • Friday, November 9, 2018

Detectives with the Walker County Sheriff’s Office have arrested two people with the Nov. 3rd reported burglary of thousands of dollars worth of musical equipment stolen from a Rock Spring, Ga., storage unit, according to Walker County Sheriff Steve Wilson. 

Timothy Sweeney, 40, of Summerville, Ga., and Kara Christina Mayes, 33, of Summerville, have been charged with burglary second-degree, the sheriff reported. 

Detectives have recovered some of the stolen equipment; however they are still searching for a set of JBL speakers, EV speakers, studio mixer and a guitar foot pedal. 

Sheriff Wilson expressed his appreciation to detectives with the Chattooga County Sheriff’s Office for their assistance in this investigation. 

Anyone with additional information on this case should contact Detective Sgt.

Pepper Stanfield at 706 638-1909, Ext 1238. 

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