JUDSONIA, AR (KAIT) - Several men might have thought they were in the chips when police say they broke into the Frito-Lay warehouse, but now they're in jail.
The suspects, all from Judsonia, are accused of breaking into the warehouse on Highway 167 earlier this month, according to the White County Sheriff's Office.
Among the items stolen from the property was an iPad. Deputies tracked the device to a location on Rocky Point Road where a parolee with an active search warrant lived.
Upon entering the home, investigators found the suspects along with several items linked to the warehouse burglary, as well as several other reported thefts. Investigators recovered approximately $10,000 worth of electronics and tools, as well as a truck.
Deputies arrested the men on suspicion of the following:
- Jordan Tarvin, 28, of Judsonia arrested for theft by receiving and a parole violation
- Jeremy Kennedy, 46, of Judsonia arrested for theft by receiving and a parole violation
- Blake Edom, 21, of Judsonia arrested for theft by receiving and a misdemeanor warrant for failing to comply with a court order.
- Paul Speakman, 34, of Judsonia arrested for a parole violation and a misdemeanor warrant for failing to pay fines