Robertson County Sheriff deputies have arrested two people in connection to a burglary at a Cross Plains home on Saturday, Sept. 9.
A release from the sheriff's office on Tuesday, Sept. 12 indicated that a witness had given a description of a car seen at the residence that had been burglarized on Cross Plains Road. It was occupied by a male and female, according to the release.
On Monday, Sept. 11, the sheriff's office received a call in reference to a suspicious vehicle on State Line
Road, which matched the same vehicle used in the Cross Plains burglary.
When deputies responded, they were able to connect the vehicle and license plate with the same used in connection with the earlier burglary.
When questioned by deputies, the driver Andrew Hyde, 54, of Springfield, admitted that he had driven around Angela Jackson, 51, also of Springfield, to commit the burglary on Cross Plains Road, according to the release.
Hyde and Jackson were both arrested and charged with aggravated burglary. They were transported to the Robertson County detention facility.
Both suspects were issued bonds set at $20,000.