A man indicted for a rash of burglaries two years ago is back behind bars after allegedly committing another break-in while free on bond from the previous crimes.
25 year old Ryan Davis Taylor of Holmes Creek Road, Smithville is charged in the latest case with burglary and theft of property. His bond has been revoked and he will make a court appearance on August 8.
On July 8 Taylor broke into a shed on the Alexandria to Dismal Road and stole a 460 Stihl chainsaw, a Stihl weedeater, a Milwaukee battery powered grease gun and wrench, 2 half inch Titanium impact saws, and an impact wrench. The tools were valued at $2,900.
In April, 2018 Taylor was indicted by the Grand Jury for allegedly committing several burglaries and thefts from March through October, 2017. Specifically burglary (6 counts), theft over $10,000, theft over $2,500 (2 counts), auto burglary, theft over $1,000 (2 counts), theft under $1,000 (4 counts), vandalism under $1,000 (2 counts), and aggravated burglary.
The cases against Taylor in the 2017 cases are as follows:
*On March 20, 2017, Taylor allegedly unlawfully entered the habitation of a victim and stole a safe, knives, cash, a CD player, and several guns valued at over $1,000 constituting the offenses of aggravated burglary and theft over $1,000
*On June 18, 2017, Taylor allegedly entered a building other than a habitation of a victim and stole several musical instruments, cameras, CDs, video games, and jewelry valued at over $10,000 constituting the offenses of burglary and theft over $10,000.
*On July 14, 2017, Taylor allegedly entered a barn on Game Ridge Road, Smithville causing damage to it and took several hunting bows, hunting clothes, a computer, bullets, reloading equipment, rods and reels, and lights, valued at over $2,500 constituting the offenses of burglary, theft of property over $2,500, and vandalism under $1,000
*On August 8, 2017, Taylor allegedly stole a Rough Rider .22 caliber single 3 action revolver valued at under $1,000 constituting the offense of theft under $1,000
*On September 8, 2017, Taylor allegedly unlawfully entered a building other than a habitation of the victim and stole a Murray lawnmower and Craftsman pressure washer valued at under $1,000 constituting the offenses of burglary and theft under $1,000.
*On September 30 and October 3, Taylor allegedly entered a GEO Metro vehicle and stole a custom built AR-15, Craftsman tool set, drill, floor jack, Garmin GPS, and boots and glasses, valued at over $1,000 constituting the offenses of auto burglary and theft of property over $1,000.
*On October 3, Taylor allegedly entered a shed, cut a padlock and chain secured to a generator, and stole the generator, two log chains, grease gun, spud bar, an adjustable wrench, and rubber handled pliers all valued a under $1,000 constituting the offenses of burglary, vandalism under $1,000, and theft of property under $1,000. He returned to the same shed on October 5 and allegedly broke in and stole a 22 rifle, 22 pistol, Milwaukee band saw, a Rothberger threading set, Makita angle grinder, Makita drill, Makita Skill saw, Laser mark saw, three chainsaws, floor jack, extension cord, and grease fitting valued at over $2,500 constituting the offenses of burglary and theft of property over $2,500.
*On October 6, Taylor allegedly entered a residence on Allen Ferry Road and stole various jewelry, TV, coffee pot, keys, remotes, laptop, and a tablet, valued at over $1,000 constituting the offenses of burglary and theft of property over $1,000.
In other cases:
26 year old Zachary Wayne Jernigan of School House Road, Liberty is charged with domestic assault. His bond is $2,500 and he will be in court August 8. On July 15 Jernigan assaulted his victim about the head with a wooden stick.
A Sparta man has been arrested after stealing items from three boats and damaging two of them in the process on Timber Lane.
38 year old Chadwick Noble Dunham is charged with 3 counts of burglary, 3 counts of theft, and 2 counts of vandalism. His bond totals $31,500 and he will make a court appearance August 1. On July 14 Dunham broke into a 2004 Triton boat, a 2013 Moomba boat, and a 2014 Cobalt boat and took a knee board, marine speakers, assorted cleaning supplies, a boat anchor, a black generator cover, several fishing rods, reels and fishing tackle. The total value of the items is $1,670. On two of the boats, Dunham destroyed a trolling motor, fishing rods, battery, and wiring to the boats causing damage totaling $2,350