ATV cameras help identify Memphis burglary gang

Stay Safe Systems / Residential Security

Police in Memphis were able to arrest three individuals responsible for multiple auto and home burglaries thanks to surveillance video captured by ATV cameras. Stay Safe Systems installed ATV Camera & NVR Kits after a series of burglaries were reported on Tara Lane and Goodwyn. Within hours the police were handed over clear images of the perpetrators. 

Oct. 19, 2015

Memphis police have arrested three people accused of a rash of auto and home burglaries in East Memphis, officials said late Monday.

Jonathan Wilder, 18, and a 17-year-old boy each face numerous counts of aggravated burglary and theft. Wilder is being held on $10,000 bond. Tamisha Parks, 32, faces theft charges.

Police believe the suspects are responsible for at least eight incidents over the past few weeks, primarily on Tara Lane and Goodwyn not far from the Memphis Country Club and the Pink Palace Museum. The suspects broke into cars on the street as well as homes, stealing cash, computers and other items.

Wilder was arrested after police released surveillance video and identified him and the juvenile. Police got a search warrant for Wilder’s residence and found many of the stolen items, officials said.

The news article was posted in The Commercial Appeal – Memphis


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