Two arrested for residential burglary


Two have been arrested for allegedly burglarizing the home of an 82-year-old disabled person.

The Miller County Sheriff’s Office conducted an investigation into a residential burglary which occurred at a residence located on Highway 82 in Texarkana, Arkansas where miscellaneous items valued in excess of $3,000 were stolen. That investigation lead to the arrest of 42-year-old James Glen Lafayette Sr. and 45-year-old Camela D. Lafayette.

The Sheriff’s Office began the burglary investigation in July 2017 after it was reported by the 82-year-old disabled victim. Investigators worked diligently and long hours and were able to subsequently have warrants issued for the Lafayette’s and recovered some of the stolen property.

Both were arrested and charged with Residential Burglary and are currently being held at the Miller County Correctional Facility.

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