Two charged with burglary
ELKINS — A pair of Elkins residents are behind bars after allegedly breaking into a Central Towers storage room.
Danielle Marie Satterfield, 28, is charged with one felony count of burglary. She is incarcerated at Tygart Valley Regional Jail on a $25,000 cash-only bond, set by Randolph County Magistrate George M. “Mike” Riggleman.
Frankie Lee Lambert, 36, is charged with one felony count of burglary. He is incarcerated at TVRJ on a $10,000 cash-only bond, set by Riggleman.
According to a criminal complaint filed in Randolph County Magistrate Court, on Dec. 30, Cpl. M.J. Sigley, of the Elkins Police Department, spoke with a man at Central Towers regarding two individuals who were located inside a storage room owned by Richard Holland on Dec. 23.
Upon arrival, the man showed Sigley surveillance footage that showed Satterfield and Lambert inside the storage room “looking at various items,” the complaint states.
When the two left, Lambert reportedly can be seen on the footage taking the surveillance camera while Satterfield is seen taking various items before the two leave the room. Sigley notes in the report there were no signs of forced entry into the room.
The man provided Sigley with a written statement saying he noticed one of the cameras in the room was not working. When he went to check the camera, he noticed it was missing.
The man played back the DVR and observed Lambert and Satterfield in the room before Lambert took the camera. At that time, it quit recording, police said.
The approximate value of the camera is $100 and the value of the miscellaneous stolen items is unknown, according to the complaint.
If convicted, Satterfield and Lambert could each be sentenced to not less than one nor more than 10 years in the state penitentiary.