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Trinity Co. Constable's office breaks up burglary ring

Virgil Cole mug shot courtesy of Trinity County Constable's Office. Virgil Cole mug shot courtesy of Trinity County Constable's Office.
April Knight mug shot courtesy of Trinity County Constable's Office. April Knight mug shot courtesy of Trinity County Constable's Office.
Mandy Sherrard mug shot courtesy of Trinity County Constable's Office. Mandy Sherrard mug shot courtesy of Trinity County Constable's Office.
Jesse Wingate mug shot courtesy of Trinity County Constable's Office. Jesse Wingate mug shot courtesy of Trinity County Constable's Office.
Jason Wingate mug shot courtesy of Trinity County Constable's Office. Jason Wingate mug shot courtesy of Trinity County Constable's Office.
TRINITY COUNTY, TX (KTRE) -

The Trinity County Pct. 1 Constable's Office arrested five Trinity residents Saturday in connection to the same residence being burglarized twice.

According to Constable Woody Wallace, the burglaries occurred in August and October at a residence in the Hawg Heaven Subdivision. Deputy constables began patrolling the area in October.

During one traffic stop, two deputy constables received enough information to file burglary charges against Virgil Cole, 39, April Knight, 33, Mandy Sherrard, 24, Jesse Wingate, 52, and Jason Wingate, 37.

The constable's office has recovered a large amount of the stolen items, some of which were pawned in the Livingston area.

Anyone who thinks they may have purchased something from the suspects should call the constable's office at 936-594-2122.

All five suspects received an $18,000 bail bond and were booked into the Houston County Jail.

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