Two Macon police officers appeared in Bibb County Magistrate Court on Jan. 25, following their arrests on theft charges the day before. Troy Guidry, 41, of Juliette, and 32-year-old Jon Adam Wantz, of Warner Robins, were charged with theft by taking, criminal trespass and violation of the oath of office in connection with their allegedly stealing a tractor from a Macon plumbing business, according to Macon police. Guidry, an officer of three years, was granted a $16,150 bond. Wantz, an officer of six years, also was granted bond of $16,150. On Jan. 24, Heath Vickers, owner of Mr. Rooter on Roff Avenue, said he and his staff reported to work about 7:30 a.m. and noticed some outdoor lights had been broken. Not noticing anything missing, an employee checked the GPS locations for the businesss equipment and saw that a $25,000 tractor was in Juliette. The tractor, used to dig ditches for water and sewer lines, had been stolen. Macon police and Monroe County deputies arrested Guidry and recovered the tractor from the yard behind Guidrys home on Ga. 87 the morning of Jan. 24. Wantz was arrested later Jan. 24, according to jail records.