Terry Holman, 41, formerly of Olmstead, has recently been indicted by a Logan County Grand Jury on numerous charges stemming from several local burglaries. The Logan County Sheriff’s Department has been investigating the incidents leading up to the arrest of Holman for the past five months.
The crimes that occurred allegedly involving Holman are as follows:
On April 16, 2015, Deputy Jarrod Lyons with the Logan County Sheriff’s Department responded to a residential burglary at 87 Lawrence Road in the Keysburg area. Through investigation, it was determined that an unknown individual had gained access to the residence by making forced entry, which resulted in the removal of several household items and personal affects.
On April 24, 2015, Sgt. Robert Toombs with the Logan County Sheriff’s Department responded to a business burglary at 14848 Orndorff Mill Road, the Keysburg Store. Through investigation, it was determined that unknown individuals had gained access to the inside of the store through forced entry. While inside, the perpetrators removed assorted merchandise.
On April 28, 2015, Captain Stephen Stratton with the Logan County Sheriff’s Department attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a stolen Chevy Malibu from the Robertson County, Tenn. area, which was being operated by 41-year-old Terry Holman. After a short vehicle pursuit in the Keysburg area, Holman was located in an open field after he abandoned the Chevy Malibu and fled on foot.
As a result, Holman was arrested and charged with numerous offenses including fleeing and evading 1st degree and receiving stolen property.
On April 30, 2015, the Logan County Sheriff’s Department recovered a stolen firearm in the Keysburg area after it was reported that Holman, formerly of the Olmstead and Keysburg area, had sold the firearm to a local resident prior to his arrest on April 28, 2015. Through investigation, it was determined that the firearm had been stolen from the Robertson County, Tenn. area by Holman and transported across the state line.
Through investigation and collection of evidence, the Logan County Sheriff’s Department was able to present the 87 Lawrence Road and Keysburg Store burglaries before the Logan County Grand Jury on Sept. 11, 2015. Upon doing so, the grand jury returned an indictment on Holman for burglary 2nd degree; theft by unlawful taking over $500 but under $10,000; Burglary 3rd degree; theft by unlawful taking under $500; two counts of criminal mischief 3rd degree; possession firearm by a convicted felon; tampering with physical evidence, and persistent felony offender 1st degree.
At this time, Holman is lodged in the Logan County Detention Center under a $20,000 cash bond. Detective Kevin Bibb is the investigating officer.
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