DALLAS – Three Dallas residents were arrested in connection with a March 10 burglary at Salt Creek Baptist Church outside Dallas.
On March 12, Dallas Police detectives, finding them in possession of items believed to be stolen from the church, arrested and jailed Bradley Jacobson, Felicia Howard and Keith Hutchison for possessing stolen property. Later, Dallas officers, with the help of Polk County sheriff’s detectives, charged Hutchinson and Jacobson with second-degree burglary on suspicion they were responsible for breaking into the church.
Jacobson and Hutchison remain lodged at the Polk County Jail on $30,000 bail, while Howard was released from custody by the court.
“Although the burglary of the Salt Creek church originated outside the city of Dallas, the stolen property ended up in Dallas,” Dallas Lt. Jerry Mott said in a press release. “Two of the suspects, Jacobson and Howard, were arrested in December in connection with multiple burglaries and thefts in and around Dallas. Dallas Police are responsible for taking care of their community. Part of that is being intolerant of the possession or trade of stolen goods within the city.”
The charges are:
• Bradley Jacobson, 24: first-degree theft, second-degree burglary and two probation violation.
• Keith Hutchinson, 25: first-degree theft and second-degree burglary.
• Felicia Howard, 23: first-degree theft and release agreement violation.