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Two Arrested for String of Burglaries in Andalusia

Chelsea Webb

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Posted by: Chelsea Webb
Date: Dec 05 2017 11:33 AM


For Immediate Release from the Andalusia Police Dept. and Covington County Sheriff’s Office.


December 4th, 2017




A joint investigation between the Andalusia Police Dept. and the Covington County Sheriff’s Office resulted in two arrests after a rash of thefts, burglaries, vehicle burglaries and vehicle thefts in and outside of Andalusia.


After being interviewed by investigators from the Andalusia Police Dept. and Covington County Sheriff’s, 28 year old Charles C. Harris and 32 year old Jessica D. Seaney, both of Andalusia were taken into custody.


Harris was charged by APD with 2 counts of breaking and entering a motor vehicle, 1 count of 1st degree theft of property, 1 count of 3rd degree burglary, 2 counts of theft of property 3rd degree and 2 counts of theft of property 4th degree. Harris’ bond through APD is $380 thousand dollars. Charges from the Covington County Sheriff’s Dept. are 3 counts of theft of property 1st degree, 3 counts of theft of property 3rd degree, 1 count of 3rd degree burglary, 1 count of criminal mischief 4th degree, 1 count of breaking and entering a motor vehicle and 1 count of theft of property 2nd degree. Harris’ bond through the CCSO is $615 thousand dollars. Total bond amount is $995 thousand dollars. He is currently being held in the Covington County Jail.


Seaney had charges only through the Covington County Sheriff’s Dept. She was charged with one count each of receiving stolen property 1st degree and receiving stolen property 2nd degree. Seaney is being held at the Covington County Jail under $20 thousand dollars bond. She is also facing probation violation charges through the Alabama Board of Pardons and Parole.


Andalusia Police Chief Paul Hudson commends both departments for their hard work on the investigation. Sheriff Dennis Meeks stated investigators from both agencies did a good job of working together to solve this rash of burglaries and thefts and they should all be commended.






Two Arrested for String of Burglaries in Andalusia

Two Arrested for String of Burglaries in Andalusia

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