Three People Charged In Multi-County Burglaries

burglary3Three people are being held in jails around the area in connection with multiple burglaries that have occurred in several counties. Johnny Jones of Lynchburg is being held in the Moore County Jail, Ernest Feinstein also of Moore County is being held in the Bedford County Jail and Jessica Reed of Shelbyville is being held in the Lincoln County in connection with multiple burglaries. Reed is also charged in connection to nearly striking a Lincoln County deputy with her car. She was arrested after the incident.
Their arrest came Wednesday after a Moore County deputy came in contact with them at a burglary on Bagley Hollow Road in Moore County. Feinstein ran on foot from the officer, but was later captured by Bedford County deputies.
According to Moore County Sheriff Mark Logan, investigators have recovered three trailer loads of items that included electronics, tools and televisions. The items were, according to investigators, recovered from a residence on Bates Street in Shelbyville. Logan stated that they had three trailers loaded, the house had multiple stolen items and a van had items in it.
According to Bedford County Chief Deputy David Williams, several counties including Coffee, Moore, Williamson and others are interested in the items that have been recovered.
“Our investigators are in Bedford County going through the items recovered to see how many burglaries can be attributed to these three,” Coffee County Sheriff Steve Graves stated.
“We already have charges against Johnny Jones and Jessica Reed,” Tullahoma Police Lt. Jason Ferrell stated Thursday.
The Tennessee Department of Children Services has custody of two children that were in the car with the trio.