Vigilant Principal helps nab two men who broke into a High School – Nash

Around 645PM Saturday night Principal Scott of Southern Nash Senior High was on campus doing some work when he spotted two subjects in the cafeteria trying to break into Cash Registers. Scott then called Nash County Sheriff’s Office. Deputies responded and set up a perimeter and were able to capture the suspects. They were identified as WILLIAM GILLIS BAKER 25, and CHRISTOPHER JASINSKI.

BAKER AND JASINSKI were both arrested on scene and after further investigation it was determined that both had broken in to other places in the area.

Both were charged with the following.

BREAKINING AND ENTERING TO COIN MACHINE, BREAKING AND ENTERING, LARCENY, POSSESSION OF BURGLARY TOOLS, SAFE CRACKING AND ANOTHER CHARGE OF BREAKING AND ENTERING. Both received a $35,000 BOND and are still in Nash County Jail.

 

BAKER was just released from Franklin County Jail on 2/3/18 for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

 

 

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