On Nov. 15, deputies from Franklin County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 2000 block of Providence Church Road in reference to a suspicious vehicle and possible break in report, according to a news release from Capt. Phillip Young.
Deputies determined that a break-in had occurred and located the suspicious vehicle. After searching the area, the suspect, Kevin James Pulley, 28, of Henry, was found on Pathfinder Drive, near the original break-in, Young said. Pulley was arrested and charged with breaking and entering to commit felony.
After executing a search warrant on the vehicle and Pulley’s address, deputies found jewelry, a floor jack, hand tools, a television and music CDs, Young said.
The sheriff’s office also linked Pulley to another report of a breaking and entering in the 1000 block of Fork Mountain Road on Nov. 14, Young said.
Pulley has been charged with breaking and entering to commit felony, grand larceny and destruction of property, Young said.
The investigation is continuing, and other charges may be pending.