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2 served with warrants for home burglary while behind bars

Micah Marie Hubbard, 28, is the accused accomplice to a home burglary that took place in May. (Source: WCSO) Micah Marie Hubbard, 28, is the accused accomplice to a home burglary that took place in May. (Source: WCSO)
Francisco Javier Rodriguez, Jr., 26, was served with a warrant for burglary of a habitation while already behind bars in the Wichita Co. Jail. (Source: WCSO) Francisco Javier Rodriguez, Jr., 26, was served with a warrant for burglary of a habitation while already behind bars in the Wichita Co. Jail. (Source: WCSO)
WICHITA FALLS, Tx (RNN Texoma) -

Two people were served with burglary of a habitation warrants on Monday while behind bars in the Wichita County Jail for unrelated crimes. 

According to the arrest affidavit, on May 17, 2018, officers were called to a home in the 2800 block of Richard Road in reference to a home burglary. 

The victims came home to find two weapons, jewelry, lawn equipment and makeup brushes were stolen from the home that had been ransacked, according to police. 

Surveillance video from a neighbor showed the suspect vehicle as a green or gray, early 2000 Ford Explorer. The driver of the vehicle was a white woman and the man involved was described as light-skinned and Hispanic.

Information from another police agency, involving these same suspects, identified them as Francisco Javier Rodriguez, Jr., 27, and Micah Marie Hubbard, 27. 

The suspect vehicle was also identified as a 2005 Food Explorer with a temporary tag. Officers found the suspect vehicle as it was being white. The temporary tag matched the tag given to the other police agency. 

During surveillance of the suspect vehicle, officers were able to identify Rodriguez and Hubbard as occupants of the vehicle. The vehicle was later seized and property that was stolen from the home was found inside, according to police.

A check of Leads Online showed Hubbard and Rodriguez had used their state issued ID's to pawn some of the stolen property in Gainsville and the Dallas/Fort Worth area.

A photo lineup was shown to an employee of one of the pawn shops and she positively identified Hubbard as the person who came in and pawned the stolen property, according to the arrest document. 

Both are behind bars in the Wichita Co. Jail facing a list of charges.

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