Suspects Identified In Robertson County Burglaries
by Emily Luxen
SPRINGFIELD, Tenn. - Two accused serial burglars will be charged in a crime spree that covered two Middle Tennessee counties.
Robertson County Sheriff Bill Holt said 35-year-old Charles Adam Arms and 24-year-old Jonathan Bugg have been named in connection to multiple burglaries in Adams and Coopertown following an intense invesitgation.
Holt said Arms and Bugg specifically targeted homes and took items ranging from electronics to guns.
"They were pretty busy," said Sheriff Holt. "We were able to develop some information that led us to them. Now we have been able to recover most of the weapons and property."
Sheriff Holt said residents can protect themselves by looking out for their neighbors, and always reporting anything that appears to be suspicious.
"If something doesn't seem right, then it probably is not," said Sheriff Holt. "Write down a description of a vehicle, pick up the phone and we'll send a car."
Arms and Bugg are also suspects in burglaries committed in Cheatham County and Kentucky. Arms is being held in the Robertson County Jail on no bond. Bugg is currently being held in the Logan County Jail in Kentucky on unrelated charges. Neither man has been charged for the burglaries yet. The cases will be presented to the Robertson County Grand Jury in April.
The Robertson County Sheriff's Office still encourages residents who see any suspicious activity to call them at (615) 384-4911.