A Martin man faces charges after authorities say he broke into a StephensnCounty business last week.
According to Stephens County Sheriff Randy Shirley, investigators with his office were watching an East Currahee Street business Friday when they say they observed someone removing parts from an air conditioning duct.
Shirley says deputies arrested the man, identified as 41-year-old Jeffery Moseley of Martin without incident and charged him with one count of Burglary-Second Degree and one count of Possession of Tools for the Commission of a Crime.
In addition, the Sheriff’s Office is reporting a recent drug arrest.
According to a report on file, a deputy responded to a Collins Road business on July 25 in reference to a suspicious person.
Upon arrival and further investigation, the Sheriff’s Office states that 56-year-old Susan Long Bowen of Martin was arrested for Possession of a Schedule Two Controlled Substance, Possession of a Schedule Four Controlled Substance, and other charges.
Elsewhere, the Sheriff’s Office responded to a Falls Road residence on July 28 in reference to a reported theft.
The resident told a deputy that someone had taken an aluminum ladder out of her back yard.
Finally, the Sheriff’s Office responded to a Highway 123 residence on July 25 in reference to a reported theft.
The report sates that a utility trailer had been taken from the front yard.
The investigations into those incidents continue.