Arrest made in business break-in
BUCKHANNON — The Upshur County Sheriff’s Department has made an arrest in a break-in at a business in late June.
Bradley A. Bonner, 28, of Adrian, was arrested for breaking and entering, a felony, according to the criminal complaint from the Upshur County Magistrate Clerk’s office.
Bonner is accused of breaking into M2 Bravo Tactical and Hobby Store at 1107 Bill Grose Road and was seen on security video entering the business, going through the contents of the store and carrying items out of the building, according to the criminal complaint. Investigating officer Cpl. Theron Caynor along with Deputy Tyler Chidester were able to identify Bonner from the video. A statement given by Julia Canter (Tiffner) alleges that she, Bonner and Justin White went to the business twice on June 27 and removed items. Canter and White did not appear to have been charged in the case yet, according to regional jail records.
Magistrate Mike Coffman set bond at $25,000 and ordered Bonner to not have contact with the owners of M2Bravo or be at the store.