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2/27/2014 2:20:00 PM
Two arrested in connection with burglary
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Brian King
Staff Writer

The Greenwood Police Department has arrested two people in connection with a burglary which occurred last month on Ansley Court.

Savannah Eve Odermatt, 19, and Dakota Ray Kennedy, 17, both of 24 Walnut St., Ware Shoals, were arrested Wednesday and charged with second degree burglary and petit larceny in connection with a Jan. 23 burglary on Ansley Court.

According to a GPD report, police were dispatched to the residence on Jan. 23 at about 5:30 p.m. after the victim reported a number of missing items from the residence. The items included a PlayStation 3, PlayStation 3 games, various PlayStation 3 accessories, about $10 in cash and “4 or 5 bottles” of Adderall, an amphetamine commonly prescribed for Attention Hyperactivity Deficit Disorder.

According to the report, the victim left the residence at 7:45 a.m. and returned at 1:45 p.m. The victim said he locked all the doors, but the door from the carport only had a lock on the knob and entry through the door could easily be gained using a credit card. The victim said there were some people who had been to the residence and observed him use a credit card to open the door.

According to investigators, Odermatt and Kennedy were developed as suspects through the course of the investigation.





Reader Comments

Posted: Monday, March 3, 2014
Article comment by: Michael Duncan

You obviously don't know these people if you think they are innocent.

Posted: Friday, February 28, 2014
Article comment by: Bobbie Jo Coleman

I personally know these two and I do not for one second believe they are guilty of these crimes. I believe if there was a theft that took place the police have arrested the wrong ppl. And why would anyone have 4 or 5 bottles of Adderall unless they were buying & selling it? My children take it & insurance won't even pay for a new bottle until the one they had first is almost gone. Maybe the police need to investigate the "so called" victim.



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