HILLSVILLE, Va. — The weekend arrest of two Cana residents on a string break-in charges in the Wards Gap community has interstate implications due to their suspected involvement in crimes in both Carroll and Surry counties.
Carroll County Sheriff J.B. Gardner advised Monday that members of his department had arrested Terry Conway Guynn, 37, a former Mount Airym N.C., resident who now resides on Children’s Lane in Cana, and Krystal Darlene Poole, 40, also of that address, on Saturday.
In addition to the crimes in the Wards Gap area of Carroll, Guynn and Poole have been implicated in several residential break-ins in Surry County, according to Gardner.
Guynn is charged with eight counts of breaking and entering and eight counts of grand larceny involving homes that were entered from a period lasting from October to this month. Several of the residences had been broken into on more than one occasion.
Poole is charged with seven counts of breaking and entering and seven counts of grand larceny in connection with the spree.
Some of the property taken in the crimes has been recovered. Carroll deputies are working with authorities in Surry County to help determine the origin of those items.
The investigation continues, Gardner added.
Guynn was being held Monday in the New River Valley Regional Jail under no bond, while Poole was in custody under a $5,000 bond.
No court date information was available from the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office.