Burglary spree leads to arrest


By TJ Caudill - tcaudill@civitasmedia.com



HAZARD — A man from the Perry County community of Dice is facing multiple charges of burglary when Kentucky State Police (KSP) say he took items from several residences and a church during a several day crime spree.

According to the arrest warrant, on Sept. 28 KSP Trooper Kevin Guier stated that Danny Dale White, 22, of Dice allegedly entered the residence of William Morris and stole a mandolin, pocket knife collection and undetermined amount of change. The arrest warrant also says that White then broke into Upper Room Church and took a bass guitar and an electric acoustic guitar.

A day later, the arrest warrant says, White then allegedly broke into the residence of Pamela Smith, and took from the residence an IPod and two pair of Air Jordan tennis shoes. Later that same day, White broke into 204 Hazard Duke Drive, and took jewelry, a large jar of change and Playstation Portable (PSP), the arrest warrant says.

According to the arrest warrant, White then allegedly broke into the residence of Oma Mata, and stoled an iPad mini, charger and cover. The arrest warrant then says that White broke into the residence of Sue Stidham, but according to the arrest warrant, nothing was stolen from Stidham’s residence.

The arrest warrant says that White then proceeded Davidson Branch Road where he allegedly broke into the residence of Mike Day. According to the arrest warrant, jewelry and an undetermined amount of change was missing from Day’s residence.

White was arrested by KSP. He is facing charges of six counts of second-degree burglary, one count of possession of burglary tools and one count of third-degree burglary. He was transported to Kentucky River Regional Jail (KRRJ) where he was lodged in.

TJ Caudill can be reached at 606-436-5771 or on Twitter @HazardHerald.

By TJ Caudill

tcaudill@civitasmedia.com

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