Two charged in Blue Moon Beverages theft

Luke Hendrix, co-owner of Blue Moon Beverages in Double Springs, shows where entry was made through the front door into the business.

DOUBLE SPRINGS       -  The man, who broke into Blue Moon Beverages and stole the safe, as well as his accomplice, who drove the  getaway vehicle, have each been charged in connection with the early morning incident on Saturday, Aug. 27.
Cortney E. Scott, 27, of Double Springs, driver of a white Ford F-150 truck - who was seen on security surveillance as being involved in the incident, - as well as her passenger, Tommy Ray Wallace, 46, also of Double Springs, have each been charged with theft of property, burglary third degree and criminal mischief, noted Double Springs Police Chief Kim Miller.
Around 3:22 a.m. Aug. 27, Double Springs PD received  an alarm call at Blue Moon Beverages, located on Highway 278 near the intersection with Highway 195, Miller stated.  When officers responded, they found the back door of the business open and the front glass door busted out, Miller noted.
Security surveillance captured a male subject using a hammer to break out the front door glass, which set off the alarm, police said.


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