Jonesboro police investigate multiple burglaries over the weekend, one arrest

Jonesboro police investigate multiple burglaries over the weekend, one arrest
Trina Honeycutt (Source: Craighead County Sheriff's Dept.)
Trina Honeycutt (Source: Craighead County Sheriff's Dept.)

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) - Police were called out to several burglaries throughout the weekend in 4 different locations across Jonesboro.

Here is what they consisted of:

  • At the 200-block of Pine Street a thief was unable to get away with an air conditioner unit but did manage to damage it in the process.

The owner of the house told police he made repairs to the property to get it ready for new tenants.

When he got to the property on Saturday, he noticed someone had tried to steal the air conditioner and heat pump unit and had damaged it.

The victim said the units were valued at $1,200 and would likely have to be replaced.

  • At the 100-block of North Rogers, someone got inside an apartment through a window and stole an Xbox, television, iPhone, small ax and a pistol.

When police arrived on scene on Saturday the victim told them the burglars had entered through a bedroom window.

Police said an Xbox 360, Vizio 32 inch television, iPhone 4, tomahawk and a Ruger LC9 pistol were stolen.

Officers fingerprinted the scene but were not able to find any.

  • At the 1100-block of Walker Place, someone busted out an apartment window and took a computer tablet, cell phone and tennis shoes.

When police arrived at the residence on Saturday they noticed the back bedroom window was knocked out and glass was on the floor.

Police were not able to lift any prints from the apartment.

There are no suspects in the above cases as of Sunday night.

  • Police did make an arrest at the 2900-block of Kazi Street on Sunday.

The victim told police he rented 3 rooms at the Baymont Inn for his workers while they were in Jonesboro.

The victim said when he came back to the hotel after working he noticed one of the rooms had been rummaged through and a HP laptop, PlayStation Vita, 10 PlayStation Vita games and a leftover 8 pack of Gatorade were missing.

Police contacted the desk clerk and she said Trina Honeycutt was the house keeper that had cleaned the room.

Another co-worker of Honeycutt's said that when she gave her a ride to work, Honeycutt gave her a small black bag with a game system in it.

The victim identified the game system as the stolen PlayStation.

Police arrested Honeycutt and took her to the Craighead County Detention Center.

She is charged with theft of $5,000 or less but greater than $1,000.

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