Rock Spring Man Arrested In Church Break-In

Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Robert Joseph Naillon
Robert Joseph Naillon

Robert Joseph Naillon, 41, of Rock Spring, has been arrested and booked at the Walker County Georgia jail on one count of second-degree burglary, according to Walker County Sheriff Steve Wilson. 

Naillon is accused of breaking into a church in the Rock Spring community on Dec. 1, and stealing a lap top computer valued at $800. 

Security video of the break-in was shared to social media and, as a result, an anonymous tip identified Naillon as the burglar.


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