Warner Robins man accused of more than a dozen burglaries

WARNER ROBINS — A Warner Robins man is accused of more than a dozen residential burglaries in Warner Robins and in unincorporated areas of Houston County, authorities said.

Timothy Wood Everett, 35, was being held in the Houston County jail on 14 counts of burglary, Houston County sheriff’s Sgt. Ronnie Harlowe said Thursday.

Everett is accused of burglarizing homes in May and June in the Lakeside Drive and Cornelia Drive areas of Warner Robins and in the Old Perry Road and Sandy Run Road areas in Houston County, according to a Warner Robins police news release.

Everett is accused of stealing jewelry, guns and electronics from the homes, Harlowe said.

Working in conjunction with Warner Robins police detectives Brad Mules and Shane Mann, Harlowe said they were able to link Everett to the burglaries in part because he had the same method of operation when he broke into the homes and because he stole similar items.

Everett was on probation for burglary when he was arrested last week at a residence at 722 American Blvd. in connection with the recent burglaries, Harlowe said. Everett previously eluded authorities when a search warrant was executed two weeks ago at a mobile home at 106 C. Sherry Lane, Harlowe said.

Everett was also charged with violation of probation and obstruction of a law enforcement officer, according to Houston County jail records. The state Department of Corrections website indicated that Everett has been in and out of prison for burglary convictions. He was most recently released from prison Dec. 21, 2009, according to the state DOC website.

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