Hendersonville police recently arrested and charged two people in connection with a string of burglaries that occurred at several storage units throughout the city.
Jeffrey Snead, 34 of Hendersonville and Jaycee Cline, 29 of Antioch, were each charged Dec. 31 with 14 counts of burglary, two counts of theft under $1,000, theft over $2,500, and possession of burglary tools, according to a HPD news release.
Police say they received numerous reports of break-ins at storage units across the city in December involving large amounts of property. Detectives began investigating the reports and learned the suspects were driving a white 2007 Nissan Maxima during the commission of the crimes.
Snead and Cline were identified as the suspects and were located by Hendersonville Flex officers and detectives while driving the white Nissan, which was identified as a stolen vehicle, according to police.
Snead is being held in the Sumner County Jail on a $100,000 bond while Cline’s bond was set at $135,000. Both are scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on April 14.
The two are believed to have committed other storage unit break-ins throughout Middle Tennessee within the last month.
Police are asking anyone who was a victim of a similar break-in to call and report this information to police. Anyone with information related to storage unit burglaries in Hendersonville is urged to contact the Hendersonville police criminal investigation division at (615) 264-5303 or Hendersonville Crime Stoppers at (615) 594-4113.