Vann and Chelsea Jennings, of Jason Drive, said a cousin, Blake Green, was supposed to trim the weeds and bury a wireless dog fence in their yard.
“Mr. Jennings advised that Mr. Green knew that he was not to go inside the residence,” Deputy Nick Robinson reported.
The Jennings were alerted that Green, who was in a black Honda Accord, walked into the residence and the Jennings later discovered that $300 was missing.
“While speaking with the Jennings outside, a black in color Honda passed by on Jason Drive, Mr. Jennings advised that Mr. Blake Green was driving. I then left residence and was able to stop the vehicle at the intersection of Jason Drive and Oak Hill Drive. I made contact with the driver, Mr. Blake Green, and advised him the reason for the stop. I asked Mr. Green to exit the vehicle. Mr. Green then acted like he was reaching for the gear the shifter to put the vehicle in drive. I once again asked Mr. Green to exit the vehicle at this time Mr. Green complied,” Deputy Nick Robinson reported.
Green confessed that he took the money, according to the deputy.
Green was arrested for first-degree burglary, theft by taking and violating an instructional driver’s permit, according to jail reports.