An arrest has been made in the Monday night burglary at Cumbaa Enterprises in Blountstown. James Lee Johnson, 40, described as a former employee, has been charged with burglary and grand theft. He allegedly stole copper, radiators, tools, and tool boxes. He is being held in the Calhoun County Jail on a $70,000 bond. This was one of three burglaries that occurred overnight on Monday and were discovered on Tuesday morning. One at the Scotts Ferry General Store resulted in the arrest of a juvenile and local man, Jason Soverns. The investigation continues on a third burglary at the Pit Stop convenience store.
NEWS ALERT – Arrest in Cumbaa Enteprises Burglary
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