Jackson Police have arrested a Jackson woman and are seeking a Dyersburg man in connection with a series of burglaries in the North Jackson, according to a news release.
Police are searching for Thaddeaus Holder, 26, of Dyersburg, in connection with the robberies.
Holder is about 5 feet and 8 inches tall and weighs 140 pounds, police said. His hair may be shorter than depicted in the 2004 picture on the left. His last know address was in Dyersburg,
Police have arrested and charged Brinette Eddings, 26, of Jackson, with theft of property over $1,000.
The Investigation showed that Eddings, who lives on Judson Cove, possessed and pawned property stolen by Holder, the release said. Bond will be set for Eddings on Saturday and she will be arraigned at City Court on Monday.
The release said on March 4, a homeowner on Winding Oaks Drive arrived home to find that his house had been burglarized. When the homeowner entered the house, he saw a man run out through the garage, enter a small blue car and flee. The homeowner was able to obtain a partial tag number of the getaway car.
A short time later, an officer saw a vehicle fitting the description and bearing the probable tag in the Old Hickory Boulevard area, near Judson Cove. The driver abandoned the car and ran.
The suspect was not apprehended at that time but investigators were able to connect the car and suspect to Eddings’ house on Judson Cove.
Investigators obtained a search warrant for the Judson Cove. residence and recovered electronic items, cash and jewelry that have been determined stolen in the last several weeks in at least nine North Jackson residential burglaries in the areas of Ridgecrest Road, Walnut Trace, Old Humboldt Road, Pennington Place and Hunter’s Green subdivisions.
The release said officers have also recovered two handguns, about 93 grams of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
Investigators are cataloging the recovered property and checking for connections to other burglaries. They will be contacting the known victims and returning their property to them in the near future, the release said.
The suspect was identified as Holder and a warrant has also been issued charging him with aggravated burglary.
Jackson Police are asking for your assistance in locating Holder.
Holder was convicted of aggravated assault in Dyer County in 2003 and there were weapons taken in some of these burglaries that haven’t been recovered, the release said.
Jackson police consider Holder to be armed and dangerous.
If you have information about Holder’s location or activities contact the Jackson Police Department Property Crimes Unit at 425-8400 or Crime Stoppers at 424-8477