1 arrested, 2 sought in Lacey's Spring burglary - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

1 arrested, 2 sought in Lacey's Spring burglary

Goodner was arrested and charged after deputies responded to a reported burglary. Goodner was arrested and charged after deputies responded to a reported burglary.
MORGAN COUNTY, AL (WAFF) -

An arrest has been made in connection with a burglary thathappened last Wednesday.

The burglary happened at an unoccupied mobile home onSkyview Drive in the Lacey's Spring area. Morgan County Sheriff Ana Franklinsaid the property owner had been checking on the home when she found someonehad taken the central heat and central air unit, stripped electrical wiring andremoved aluminum siding.

Sheriff Franklin said a deputy responded and noticed a trailof debris leading from the home to another location. An investigator was called to the scene, and after trackingthe debris, deputies said they found evidence of the stolen property in plainview at a residence.

Daniel Chace Goodner, 21, of Lacey's Spring was arrested andcharged with burglary in the third degree. He remains in the Morgan County Jailon a $2,500 bond.

Investigators are now asking for the community's help inidentifying two other people who may have been involved. Witnesses said theysaw three men involved in total. If anyone has knowledge concerning anyone elseinvolved in this burglary, please contact Investigator Chad Smith at256-560-6198. Your call can remain anonymous.

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