5 Guns Stolen From A Thomasville Resident

By: Emily Johnson Email
By: Emily Johnson Email

Updated by: Emily Johnson
July 9, 2014

Thomasville GA - Police in Thomasville have made an arrest in this case.

Isiah Thomas had five guns and jewelry stolen from last Sunday morning. On Tuesday Thomasville Police arrested 18-year-old Drecextel Robinson after he ran from officers.

"In the 600 block of West Jackson Street the fleeing started and officers did pursue him on foot. He was taken into custody by the Thomasville Police Department Bike Team as well as our Criminal Investigation Division," said LT. Eric Hampton, Thomasville Police Department Spokesperson.

Most of the guns and all of the jewelry was recovered. Robinson is charged with burglary and obstruction of justice.

By: Emily Johnson
July 8, 2014

Thomasville, GA - Isaiah Thomas said his life has been turned upside down since Sunday morning.

Thomas went to church Sunday, but when he got home from church he said he noticed that a screen from one of his windows was on the ground. That's when Thomas knew something was wrong and immediately called police.

"The resident discovered that there were several guns that were taken from a gun cabinet in his house," said LT. Eric Hampton, Thomasville Police Department Spokesperson

The guns stolen were:
1- 12 gauge shot breechable shotgun-unknown brand with 36" barrel
1- "A.H." 12 gauge pump action shotgun
1- Remington Model 522 22 SLLR with black scope
1- Smith and Wesson Model 733 32 Caliber 6 shot revolver
1- "H.W.' 38 caliber 6 shot revolver

The suspect did get away, but not without leaving police a crucial piece of evidence. Detectives found traces of blood from where the suspect broke into the gun cabinet and cut his hands. There were blood droplets around the gun cabinet and on Thomas' front porch.

"They are working on this and right at this time they're not going to release any names as far as what they got for suspects," said LT. Hampton.

Thomas did tell us what happen, but he didn't want to talk on camera. His nephew did however and had an important message for folks.

"You'd be surprised to who all is kin to who," said Jermaine Edwards

We asked if he had hear of anyone that might have stolen from his uncle

"I don't know we have a little he said she said stuff going on you know how that is, but it will come down to the light, it will," said Edwards.

Jewelry was also stolen out of Thomas' home and this is also the third time he has been broken into. TPD is still looking for a suspect in the case. If you any information about the burglary you encouraged to call the 229-227-3249.

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