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Third Anderson Co. burglary suspect in custody

ANDERSON CO., June 10, 2014—A man wanted in connection with an Anderson County residential burglary which occurred on May 30, has turned himself in, according to Anderson County Sheriff Greg Taylor.

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Justin Edward Shockley was wanted in connection with an incident in which a homeowner returned to his home in the 3000 block of ACR 430, to find three individuals inside. The suspects ran out the back, and the homeowner followed them. The suspects then pulled a gun on the homeowner. The suspects fled the scene in a Nissan pickup truck.

Two suspects, James Michael Dugas and James Edward Mullinnex, III, were arrested shortly after the incident.

Shockley turned himself in on Sunday, June 8, and was charged with Aggravated Robbery with $150,000 bond.

KYYK’s Gary Richards spoke with Anderson County Sheriff Greg Taylor about the case. Click below for more.

Original Story

ANDERSON CO., June 3, 2014— On May 30, Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a call regarding a home burglary in progress.

The homeowner reportedly returned to his home, in the 3000 block of ACR 430, to find three individuals inside. The suspects ran out the back, and the homeowner followed them. The suspects then pulled a gun on the homeowner. The suspects fled the scene in a Nissan pickup truck.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies, along with a Constable from Precinct 2, and DPS Troopers were able to stop the vehicle on FM 320. A small amount of property was recovered during the stop, and at the home of one of the suspects.

Two suspects were arrested.

James Michael Dugas was charged with Felony Possession of a Firearm, Aggravated Robbery, and Burglary of a Building, with bond totaling $600,000.

Crime Suspect - James Michael Dugas

James Edward Mullinnex, III, was charged with Aggravated Robbery and Burglary of a Building with bond totaling $300,000.

Crime Suspect - James Edward Mullinnex III

One suspect is still at large. The identity of the suspect has not yet been positively determined.

KYYK’s Gary Richards spoke with Anderson County Sheriff Greg Taylor about the case. Click below for details.  

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