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Three suspects charged with Burglary of Habitation after Thursday morning pursuit

TYLER, June 13, 2014—UPDATE: Three burglars are now in the custody of Smith County Sheriff's Office Deputies after a brief pursuit Thursday morning.

Smith County Sheriff’s Office Deputies responded to a burglary in progress in the 18000 block of County Road 234. An uncle of the homeowner, who also lives in the same neighborhood, was driving by and saw a vehicle that shouldn’t have been there, parked at the back of the residence.

The uncle entered the front door of the residence, which is where the burglars gained entry, and saw three men exit the back of the home. The suspects got into their vehicle and began to flee. The uncle then used a handgun to fire several shots at the suspects’ 2004 gold Chevrolet Impala.

At 10:41 a.m., Smith County Sheriff's Office Deputies, with the assistance of numerous other law enforcement agencies, pulled over the vehicle and detained the three suspects. Two bullet holes were found in the front bumper of the car.

The following three men are all charged with Burglary of a Habitation:

Larry Bernard Jones III, age 23 of Henderson

Crime Suspect - Larry Bernard Jones III

Robert Kederrick Bradford, age 26 of Henderson

Crime Suspect - Robert Kederrick Bradford

Phillip Lamarcus Ross, Jr., age 29 of Henderson

Crime Suspect - Phillip Lamarcus Ross Jr.

Their vehicle has been towed to a Smith County Sheriff’s Office facility. A search warrant is being prepared for the vehicle at this time. Stolen property from this burglary is believed to be in the vehicle.

KYYK’s Gary Richards spoke with Smith County Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer John Moore about the case. Click below for details.

An arrest does not mean that the individual or individuals have been convicted of the alleged violation unless otherwise noted. Individuals are innocent until proven guilty by a court of law.

 

Original Story

SMITH CO., June 12, 2014—Three suspected burglars are now in custody by Smith County Sheriff's Office Deputies after a brief pursuit this morning.

At 10:20 a.m., this morning, a call was received by the Smith County Sheriff's Office Dispatch from a homeowner in the 18000 block of County Road 234, who reported that when they arrived home, they witnessed three black males leaving their residence. They also reported the men had fled in a gold vehicle.

At 10:41 a.m., Smith County Sheriff's Office Deputies pulled over 2004 gold Chevrolet Impala and detained the three suspects.

The suspects were being questioned at the time of this release.

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