Teenagers Accused Of Burglarizing Trion Shed
Two teenagers were jailed last week for burglarizing a Trion man’s property last Thursday, according to Chattooga County Sheriff’s reports.
Larry Campbell, of Ridgeway Road, said someone broke into his shed and stole $480 worth of items. Campbell immediately suspected 17-year-old Hunter Fisher was responsible, according to Deputy Wendell Flood.
“Mr. Campbell advised that when he told Hunter Fisher to leave that Mr. Fisher told him he would get even,” the deputy reported. “I saw damage to the shed that looked like someone pried the hasp lock off with a pickaxe. . . Investigators Jason Burrage and Eddie Stroup were en route and located Hunter Fisher and Megan Palmer at 581 Cooper Pitt Rd. The scene was turned over to investigators at this time and both suspects were arrested and transported to the Chattooga County Jail without further incident.”
Fisher was charged with second-degree burglary, criminal trespassing under the Family Violence Act, possession or use of drug related objects, possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime, possession of meth and theft by taking. Palmer was arrested for second-degree burglary, according to jail reports.