- Last Updated on 07:54 AM 07/11/14
- BY The Gazette-Virginian
Two Nathalie residents have been charged with grand larceny in connection with a June 24 break-in of a vacant residence on L. P. Bailey Memorial Highway.
According to Halifax County Sheriff Fred S. Clark, 33-year-old Shenatta Johnson Bradley and 24-year-old Cedric Johnson face grand larceny charges, and Johnson also faces one count of breaking and entering.
On June 24, a Virginia Department of Alcohol Beverage Control (ABC) Special Agent notified dispatch of a suspicious vehicle that was leaving a vacant residence on L. P. Bailey Memorial Highway.
Lieutenant M. A. Womack, Investigator C. S. Hudson and Deputy R. L. Compton went to the scene and confirmed the vacant residence had been broken into after observing several doors that had sustained damage when the suspects gained entry into the residence.
Once contacted, the homeowner advised authorities two working air conditioning units were missing, and one inoperable air conditioning unit was missing.
At this time, authorities are searching for a third suspect believed to have been involved in the break-in, Clark said.