Sheriff Darren Campbell stated on February 1, 2016 at 1:22 AM Deputies from the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office responded to 111 Sycamore Slope Ln in reference to a breaking and entering in progress. The caller advised communications that she heard someone in her residence and could see them walking around with a flashlight. The caller then went to hide in the master bedroom and could then see the subject walking around in her bedroom. The deputies along with the units form Highway Patrol arrived on scene in approximately two minutes of the call initially being received. Deputy Clodfelter went on to the residence while Deputy Betts made contact with a vehicle that was parked in the cul-de-sac of Tawny Bark Drive. Officers found several doors open to the residence and made contact with the caller and her husband. A search of the residence was conducted and the intruders had left the home.
The suspect’s vehicle was located outside the residence in the nearby cul-de-sac. At the vehicle, Deputies made contact with Jaycob Kruger, Austin Rodgers, and Isaac Vilorio. As the investigation continued it was determined that two of the subjects had entered the residence, while the third remained outside as a lookout. All three subjects were then transported to the Sheriff’s Office where they were interviewed by Det. Sergeant Jones. During the interviews the location of property that had been stolen, was revealed. Deputies were able to recover several stolen items from the house including a firearm and another weapon. All three subjects were then escorted to the Iredell County Detention Center where they were charged with first degree burglary and larceny after breaking and entering. Each of the suspect’s received a bond of $20,000 dollars secured.