A Valdosta man is in custody, charged with the June 5th burglary of a woman's home at the Courtyards on East Park Avenue.
On Thursday, Jacob Henderson, 22, was interviewed, subsequently arrested, and transported to the Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office for felony burglary.
Detectives obtained a search warrant for Henderson’s apartment and recovered the victim’s television.
"This is an excellent job by the Burglary Detectives who took their time and did a thorough job, not only arresting the offender, but also recovering property that was returned to the victim," said VPD Commander Leslie Manahan.
Police want everyone to take some safeguards to help prevent them from becoming the victim of burglary-
1. Record model AND serial numbers on all electronics;
2. If you can afford it, invest in an alarm system and/or security cameras;
3. Participate in the Valdosta Police Neighborhood Watch Program. To do so, contact Community Policing Officer Randall Hancock at 229-242-2606, Ext 4099;
4. If you are away from your home for an extended time, contact the Valdosta Police Department for Extra Patrol and ask a trusted neighbor and/or friend to watch your home.
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