The rap sheet of Alejandro Mejia-Luna just keeps getting longer thanks to Deputy Richard Brantley. Deputy Brantley apprehended Mejia-Luna Friday night as he observed him coming out of a Church St residence. That led investigators to Mejia-Luna’s home and the uncovering of numerous items from multiple burglaries. So far, eleven charges have been filed against Mejia-Luna, including Burglary of a Habitation, Theft of a Firearm and Theft of items Over $1,500. More burglaries will probably be tied to this suspect since he is no stranger to burglary charges. He was charged with burglary in February of 2014. With bonds set at $20,000 or more for each of these last eleven charges, he may be in jail for quite some time. More charges are likely as Hopkins County Sheriff’s Investigators are busy trying to tie the treasure trove of merchandise discovered back to past home burglaries. Anyone that thinks they may be a victim of a home burglary in the past year is urged to contact the Sheriff’s Department.
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