Two suspects arrested in burglary of McCall Junior High School
From Press, Staff Reports
Investigators with the Escambia County Sheriff's Department have made several arrests in connection with two separate burglaries at the Pollard McCall Junior High School.
The burglaries occurred late on the night of Dec. 8 and again in the early morning hours on Thursday. Several items were stolen during the first burglary, including a television, computer printer and other computer accessories, along with several food items, including chips, snack items and frozen pizzas.
In the process of working the crime scene in and around the school area, several items of evidence were located that led investigators to a house located on Old Highway 31. A search warrant was obtained, and investigators proceeded to search the residence located in the 3700 block of Old Highway 31 in the McCall community.
Items of evidence were taken into custody as a result of the search, and the following two adults were arrested and charged with the following:
Both Conner and Kennedy were placed in the Escambia County Detention Center and have since made bond and were released. Conner was released on $12,000 bond while Kennedy was released on a $5,000 bond.
Two juveniles were also identified as participating in the burglaries and were interviewed by sheriff's investigators. Charges will be filed in juvenile court against those two suspects.