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Two charged in Oak Drive burglary
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The sheriff’s department has arrested two people who allegedly broke into an Oak Drive home on Oct. 11.Don Diamond Groshon, 41, and Lynda Michelle Neville, 37, were charged with aggravated burglary and theft of property over $1,000 in connection with the break in.According to Sheriff Patrick Ray, Neville and Groshon entered the residence by removing a window. The pair then allegedly took two push mowers, a full DVD case, a knife, a cell phone, a VCR-DVD player, a video game console and games, several power tools and other items with a total value of more than $1,000.The sheriff said Neville and Groshon admitted to officers that they committed the crimes. Bond for both was set at $10,000, and they will appear in court on Nov. 7.Meanwhile, 60-year-old Virginia Diane Presnell was charged with filing a false report on Oct. 8.According to the sheriff, a deputy was attempting to serve a warrant on Robert Nichols, Jr. at Presnell’s home. when the lawman asked Presnell if Nichols was there, she allegedly told him that Nichols was not at the residence several times.After Presnell gave officers consent to search, Nichols was reportedly found inside the home.