Cross Plains Couple Charged With Rash Of Cross County Burglaries

Cross Plains Couple Charged With Rash Of Cross County Burglaries

Cross Plains Couple Charged With Rash Of Cross County Burglaries

ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – According to the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office, a tip from the community has led to the arrest of Cody Wayne Jacobs, 24, of Cross Plains and Dana Renea Ramsey, 22, also of Cross Plains in relation to several alleged thefts and burglaries in Robertson County, TN.

On February 6, 2021, the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office and Portland Police Department responded to a tip regarding alleged stolen motorcycles at a residence in Cross Plains, TN. Upon arrival, deputies identified a large amount of suspected stolen property at the residence. A search warrant was obtained and executed to seize the stolen property that was linked to numerous alleged thefts in Robertson County, and other surrounding counties. Warrants were then issued for Jacobs and Ramsey.

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The pair were then arrested and booked into the Robertson County Detention Facility. The Robertson County Sheriff’s Office has been working diligently to reunite the alleged stolen property with the victims of these thefts and burglaries. To date, the Sheriff’s Office has been able to close nine (9) theft and burglary cases.

Jacobs and Ramsey are facing the following charges:

Cody Jacobs faces numerous counts of theft and burglary. With charges from the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office and separate charges from the city of Cross Plains, Jacobs’ bond has been set at $71,000.

Dana Ramsey also faces numerous counts of theft and burglary. With charges from the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office and separate charges from the city of Cross Plains, Ramsey’s bond has been set at $49,000.

“This is a great example of law enforcement and the community working together. Because of a tip, our Sheriff’s Office team was able to locate, retrieve, and return a large amount of stolen property to its rightful owners,” stated Sheriff Michael Van Dyke.

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