HARRISON COUNTY, W.Va. (WDTV) -- UPDATE 2/27/19
A fifth person has been arrested after $130,000 in money and items were allegedly stolen from a Bridgeport home in December.
According to a criminal complaint, Ian Satterfield allegedly conspired with others to steal items, including a safe that contained $46,000 and handguns, from a home on Natalie Drive.
Officials say Satterfield allegedly went with others, including William Murray and Misty Murray, to the home on December 12th. Misty Murray reportedly disabled the security items, allowing them to steal the safe, flat-screen televisions, a computer, and other items.
Satterfield is charged with burglary, grand larceny, and conspiracy.
A fourth person has been arrested after around $130,000 in money and items were taken from a Bridgeport home last month.
According to a criminal complaint, 29-year-old Dustin Miles has been charged with conspiracy and grand larceny.
According to the complaint, Miles assisted in the removal of a safe containing the items from a home on Natalie Drive.
William Murray, Misty Murray, and Brandon Andrich have also been charged in connection to the crime.
Two more people have been arrested after $130,000 worth of money and items were stolen from a Bridgeport home.
According to the Bridgeport Police Department, 28-year-old William Murray and 30-year-old Misty Murray have been charged with burglary, grand larceny and conspiracy in relation to the crime that happened in December. Police say William was also wanted on outstanding warrants.
Both are currently in North Central Regional Jail.
Last week, Brandon Andrich was also arrested and charged in the burglary.
An investigation is still underway and police say additional arrests are possible.
More information has been released after burglars allegedly stole $130,000 in money and items from a home.
According to the Bridgeport Police Department, Brandon Andrich and other intruders allegedly broke into the home on Natalie Drive through a window. Among the stolen items was a World War I semiautomatic gun and other firearms and a safe that was rolled over a hill and retrieved later.
Andrich is also accused of coming back to the home and stealing a 2019 Chevy Equinox.
Andrich is being held on a $100,000 bond.
ORIGINAL STORY 1/9/19
A Fairmont man has been arrested after allegedly stealing $130,000 worth of money and other items.
According to the criminal complaint, 27-year-old Brandon Andrich is accused of breaking into a home on Natalie Drive in Bridgeport last month and stealing around $46,000 out of a safe, as well as a flat screen television, a computer, a rifle, clothes, shoes, and a safe.
Andrich is charged with burglary, conspiracy, and grand larceny.