No one was injured in the burglary. In fact, Trenton Police Chief Jim Raven said the husband, wife and two children slept through the crime. It wasn’t until early the next morning that the family woke to find the wife’s purse missing, their cell phones and a home computer gone. Not only were contents from within the home taken, but thieves also stole the family’s two vehicles.
The day after the crime, Chief Raven was able to arrest Waylon Hunter Sullivan, 18, of Trenton. According to the police chief, Sullivan was identified on Wal-Mart in Chiefland surveillance video while using a credit card he allegedly stole from the Rowland Boulevard home to buy cell phones.
Sullivan was charged with Burglary of an Occupied Dwelling, Grand Theft, Grand Theft of a Motor Vehicle, and Huffing.
As the investigation continued, Chief Raven was able to arrest a second suspect involved in the burglary on Friday.
William Groshon, 19, of Trenton, has been charged with Grand Theft Auto, Burglary of an Occupied Dwelling and Grand Theft.
According to Chief Raven, the family’s vehicles have been recovered. Both Waylon Hunter Sullivan and William Groshon were being held at the Gilchrist County Jail at press time.