Police have arrested eight individuals following a multi-car burglary at a local gym Friday morning.
Around 5:47 a.m., 11 vehicles were burglarized by forced entry at Burn Boot Camp on Main Street. The Madison Police Department responded to the scene and initiated an investigation that found similar incidents had happened in Oxford and other areas of North Mississippi.
Police then received a tip that a female was attempting to cash fraudulent checks at multiple banks in Pearl. With the assistance of other law enforcement agencies, they arrested Danelle Amber King, 41, and Matthew Arthur, 42, both of Cleveland, Tenn.
As they continued in their investigation, police were led to a Hattiesburg residence, where the Forrest County Sheriff’s Office helped take three more individuals into custody after setting up surveillance on the home. Jasmine Danielle Atkins, 30, Maya Marie Habersham, 29, and Desire Sharda Robinson, 23, are said to have played a role in the string of car burglaries. All three are originally from Florida.
As law enforcement in Hattiesburg was transporting Atkins, Habersham, and Robinson back to the Madison County Detention Center, investigators located three other individuals linked to the crimes. Victor Alexander Ogiste, 27, Danarious Trevon Young, 28, and Raymond Marquis Davis, 29, were apprehended on Interstate 59 at the Trussville, Ala., exit. Those three are also from Florida.
In a release, MPD thanked the Richland Police Department, Pearl Police Department, Flowood Police Department, Rankin County Sheriff’s Department, Forrest County Sheriff’s Department, and the Alabama State Troopers for their assistance in capturing the suspects.