4 from Ark. charged with Neelyville store burglary - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff

4 from Ark. charged with Neelyville store burglary

Kenny Fields (Source: Butler County SO) Kenny Fields (Source: Butler County SO)
Tiffany Hawkins (Source: Butler County SO) Tiffany Hawkins (Source: Butler County SO)
Jentrie Korbar (Source: Butler County SO) Jentrie Korbar (Source: Butler County SO)
Michael Williams (Source: Butler County SO) Michael Williams (Source: Butler County SO)
BUTLER COUNTY, MO (KFVS) -

Four people from Arkansas have been charged with a southeast Missouri business robbery.

Kenny Fields, 19,  Michael Williams, 22, Tiffany Hawkins, 18, and Jentrie Korbar, 21, were arrested and charged with burglary second degree, trespassing first degree, and property damage first degree.

According to the Butler County Sheriff's Office, just after 10 p.m. on Wednesday,  deputies were dispatched to JB's Store in Neelyville about an alarm.

Dispatch then called deputies saying a witness saw four people running from the store and get into a Ford Ranger that was parked behind the Neelyville water shed.The witness told dispatch that the truck went southbound.

Deputies stopped the truck on County Road 276, off of Highway 67.

The store owner told deputies that he got a call about his alarm going off at his store on Wednesday evening. And when he got there,  the a window on the south side had been broken out.

He said the estimated value of the window was around  $700. He also said around eight cartons of cigarettes were stolen valued at approximately $320.

Deputies say the stolen items were recovered on County Road 276 during traffic stop.

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