Authorities in southeast Nebraska say they were sure of it. They were certain that a man wanted for a felony arrest warrant was at his mother’s house. Although Mom reportedly denied it, the man was found in his bedroom.
However Gage County Sheriff Millard “Gus” Gustafson says apprehending 23-year-old Jaryn Sanne Tuesday was not an easy process. According to reports, 50-year-old Lisa Sanne acknowledged that her son lives at her home off and on but insisted he was not there. Officers were still suspicious given the fact that Jaryn’s car was in the driveway.
They backed off but kept watch of the property to take note if anyone was leaving or entering the home. During the surveillance, the Gage County Sheriff’s Office obtained a search warrant on the home to look for Jaryn. Once the search warrant was granted, they entered the home and found him in his bedroom.
He was arrested and booked for a felony warrant. His mother joined him at the county jail where she was booked for being accessory to a felony and false reporting.
According to his Facebook page, Jaryn Sanne studied Criminal Justice at Southeast Community College. He is accused of forging numerous checks that belonged to a man who allowed Jaryn to live at his home while helping the victim on his farm during planting season. The checks totaled $3,138.66.