Detectives with the Wilson County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) have seized stolen property from multiple home burglaries that have taken place over the last several weeks.
After conducting an investigation into the recent break-ins, WCSO Lt. Scott Moore said detectives discovered information linking Jonathan Wayne Stacey, of Lebanon, to the stolen property. Further investigation revealed Stacey had an active warrant and was on parole for previous charges.
Officers with the State of Tennessee Board of Probation and Parole responded to the scene due to the nature of Stacey's status as a parolee, Moore noted, and issued a violation of parole warrant after Stacey was discovered to be in possession of stolen property and had been implicated in multiple burglaries.
"Detectives acted quickly on pertinent information that was acquired which linked the suspect to multiple home burglaries throughout Wilson County," Wilson County Sheriff Robert Bryan said. "We will continue to work this investigation to bring closure to the homeowners who have been violated by this senseless act."
Stacey is being held in the Wilson County Jail without bond. He could face additional charges pending the outcome of the case being presented to the Wilson County Grand Jury.