Burglary Suspect ArrestedApr 17th, 2014 | By admin | Category: Top Story
Beebe Chief Wayne Ballew released the following information regarding the arrest of a Beebe man for the crime of “Residential Burglary.”
At 2:03 p.m., on Monday, March 31st, 2014, the Beebe Police Department received a call from a home owner who related that a “black male” individual was breaking into their home. The residence of the victim is located on Colorado Street and officers were immediately dispatched to the scene. Investigation revealed that the victim had just arrived at the residence to find a black male running away from the back of the house. The family dog had caught the fleeing man by his pants leg as he attempted to climb the fence and pulled him down off the fence. At that point the suspect broke three boards of the fence by kicking them and escaped. The victim provided to responding officers the area where the suspect was last seen running and a clothing description. In addition, a witness came forward that advised that they had followed the fleeing man and observed him go into a specific mobile home on Alexander Street. Captain Eddie Cullum was familiar with the residence and of a subject that had lived at the residence in the past. The subject Cullum suspected the person involved in the burglary to be was Timothy Moore. The Captain was aware that Moore has criminal record for unlawful activities which include breaking and entering and burglaries. The manager of the complex on Alexander Street was contacted and related that Timothy Moore had been evicted from the property and that he was not supposed to be in the mobile home.
The manager requested that the Beebe Officers accompany the complex maintenance personnel into the residence to inspect the interior due to Moore’s eviction from it. Timothy Moore was located hiding inside a sink cabinet in a bath room. Moore was found to be on felony probation out of Pulaski County and his probation officer was notified that he had been arrested and charged with “Residential Burglary”. Moore was taken to the White County Detention Center in Searcy and held in lieu of a $20,000 bond.