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2 Arrested In Clay County Burglaries

A woman tipped off authorities about her involvement in a series of Henrietta burglaries.

Sara Elizabeth Skinner and Jonathan Eric Holman were arrested Thursday, June 21st in connection with two Henrietta burglaries.

Police were dispatched to R&D Appliances around 8:00 the morning of the burglary. The store reported several items had been stolen.

Skinner, 22, came forward that day to a Clay County Sheriff's captain. She told him that she went with Holman to R&D Appliances and Resale Shop in the 200 block of S. Bridge St. around 5 a.m. June 18th. Holman went into the business and left with a nail gun, a skill saw, and other tools.

Skinner told Deputies the pair then went to a house located in 600 block of S. Clay St. Holman took two computers, speakers, and keyboards from the residence.

After taking the items to Holman's home in the 400 block of S. Main St., Skinner said she was asked to pawn the items. She refused to do it herself, but drove Holman to EZ Pawn on Seymour Hwy. in Wichita Falls. Holman also left some items at a residence off E. Scott St.

Skinner and Holman have both been charged with burglary in Clay County.

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