Missouri man, woman arrested in Jackson County following burglary of house
JACKSON COUNTY, Kan. (WIBW) - A Missouri man and woman are behind bars following the burglary and theft from a house in Jackson County.
A Kansas Highway Patrol trooper stopped a vehicle at approximately 4:30 p.m. on Friday, June 2 after it had left a residence near 182nd and US Highway 75. The two occupants of the vehicle had outstanding warrants. Upon further investigation, the homeowner of the residence where the vehicle had left, arrived home and discovered that the house had been burglarized. Items believed to have been taken from the residence were allegedly found inside the vehicle. Jackson County Sheriff’s Office deputies conducted a burglary investigation.
The two occupants of the vehicle were identified as Donald L. Biggs III, 37, of Independence, Mo., and Sheila M. Harrison, 37, also of Independence, Mo.
Biggs had outstanding warrants out of Leavenworth County, Johnson County, Ray County, Mo., and Platte County, Mo., for burglaries, thefts, illegal drugs, and identity theft.
Harrison had an outstanding warrant out of Lafayette County, Mo., for receiving stolen property.
Jackson County Sheriff’s Office deputies said they arrested Biggs for the following:
- Felony possession of stolen property
- Felony theft
- Criminal trespass
Jackson County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested Harrison for the following:
- Possession of stolen property
Both individuals were booked and remain in the Jackson County Jail.
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