Two teens were arrested on Tuesday for a burglary that they committed on or around Thanksgiving. A third suspect is still on the run.
According to the Marion County Sheriff’s Office, Cheyann Walls, 18, and Cendra J. Rawlings, 19, broke into a house and stole approximately $3,000 of the victim’s personal belongings.
The Victim told deputies that she had left her house on November 25, to visit family for Thanksgiving and when she returned on November 28, she found that her house had been burglarized. The suspects had entered the house through a window.
Items stolen included a Playstation 3, HDMI cables, a BB gun, taser, medical bracelet, and several pieces of expensive jewelry.
Rawlings later returned to the crime scene and returned some of the stolen property.
The victim notified deputies, and Walls and Rawlings were arrested.
According to reports, the victim knew Rawlings and has had problems with her in the past. The police report did not indicate how the victim knew Rawlings.
Rawlings stated that she was sorry and only did it because she was mad at the victim.
Rawlings was charged with Burglary of a Dwelling and Grand Theft. Wells was charged with Burglary of a Dwelling. They were both released on a $10,000 bond.