Detectives: 3 people arrested in burglary spree in Grants Pass
GRANTS PASS, Ore. —
An investigation into the burglary of a local Grants Pass business leads to three arrests.
Detectives with the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety had been investigating an early morning burglary at the Rogue Valley Sash and Door where several Dutch Brothers and Fred Meyer cards had been stolen on January 13th.
During the investigation, detectives arrested 28-year-old Robert Young on an unrelated incident. Prior to interviewing Young, detectives had been informed that Young had burglarized Pongsri's Thai Restaurant back in December which he admitted to later.
Young was found with possessing items that had been taken from the Rogue Valley Sash and Door burglary that he also admitted to. He was lodged into the Josephine County Jail on two counts of burglary and one count of theft.
Detectives were later informed that 23-year-old Tanner Paul and 27-year-old Amber Wooley-Burke, both from Grants Pass who were both found using the stolen cards in the Grants Pass area. With the help of surveillance video, a patrol officer located both Paul and Burke inside a vehicle in the area they last used the cards. A search of the vehicle found additional stolen property.
In an interview, Paul admitted to being a part of the Rogue Valley Sash and Door robbery and was lodged into the Joco Jail on two counts of burglary and one count of theft. Additional charges to follow.
Burke admitted to possessing stolen property, she was cited and then released.
The investigation is ongoing.
Anyone with information is asked to call GPDPS Detective Division at 541-450-6260.