Jessica Yates

Yates, Jessica Kalyn

Date of Booking:

Reason(s) For Booking:
Burglary-2nd Degree

Burglary-2nd Degree

Burglary-2nd Degree

Officer’s Narrative:
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On 12/31/2021 at approximately 1321 hours I, Ofc. S. Bish and Ofc. N. Taylor were dispatched to 3100 Moody Road in reference to a burglary of Moody Road Storage unit #852.

Once on scene, we made contact with Mr. [VICTIM #1], who is the unit tenant, and his girlfriend Mrs. [WITNESS #1]. Mrs. [WITNESS #1] stated that when she arrived nothing seemed wrong with the lock or latch mechanism that kept the door closed. After unlocking the unit with a key and opening the unit, she noticed that it had been burglarized. She further stated that the last time that it was known that the unit was secure was mid-November.

After speaking to Mrs. [WITNESS #1], Mr. [VICTIM #1] stated that numerous items were missing including: 50 oz of silver bars, 10 oz of gold bars, misc. collectable coins, 2 Brian Urlacher signed and game worn helmets, 2 Peyton Manning signed and game worn helmets, 1 Peyton Manning signed and game worn jersey, 1 Brian Urlacher signed and game worn jersey, 1 Adam Meadows signed and game worn jersey, 2 pairs of Peyton Manning signed and game worn cleats, 2 pairs of Brian Urlacher signed and game worn cleats. These items have a total value of $119,310.

After having Mr. [VICTIM #1] sign a Crime Scene Processing Waiver, Ofc. Taylor processed the scene for latent prints with negative results. While he was doing this I collected the lock according to Warner Robins Police Department policy and turned it over to the property division as evidence and to be processed for latent prints.

Surveillance video is available however, it was not able to be viewed due to the holidays and no employees being on scene.

Nothing further to report.