Murder suspect arrested for breaking and enteringPublished 9:49pm Monday, December 10, 2012
After bonding out of jail in Henderson County on murder charges, a Saluda man was arrested by the Polk County Sheriff’s Office last week suspected of breaking and entering a Saluda Township residence.
Polk County Sheriff Donald Hill said on Dec. 7 deputies were dispatched to a breaking and entering in progress along Laurel Drive in Saluda.
Upon arrival deputies found Brandon Cody Lee Case and Amanda Maybin on the property.
Case, 24, of 709 Laurel Drive, Saluda was arrested and charged with felony breaking and/or entering and felony larceny, according to sheriff reports. Maybin was charged with aid and abet larceny, according to the sheriff’s office.
Hill said the suspects cut a padlock off an outbuilding and took a generator, worth $700, and an industrial extension cord. Both items were located in a vehicle that was also on the property and belonged to Case’s mother, according to sheriff reports.
Case made a $500,000 bond on murder charges in June in Henderson County. Case has been charged with the February murder of Joshua William Lindsay.