Anyone with info on the location of Jacoby Gepford
Bellevue Police Department: 402-293-3100
Sarpy County Crime Stoppers:
A second suspect in the break-in at Bellevue East High School in July 2013 that caused $20,000 in damage has been arrested.
20-year old Jocoby Gepford was arrested by the US Marshall Service in Sedalia, Mo on Tuesday.
He is in custody at the Pettis, Mo County Jail awaiting extradition back to Sarpy County.
Gepford faces criminal charges of burglary, criminal mischief, and theft related to the burglary on July 11, 2013 at Bellevue East High School.
August 27, 2013
Bellevue police have named two suspects who are believed to be the ones who caused $20,000 in damage to Bellevue East High School in July.
Twenty-year-old Orley Mosher was arrested and faces burglary charges for the incident. He is currently out of jail after posting $5,000 bail.
An arrest warrant has been issued for 20-year-old Jacoby Gepford for his alleged role in the burglary.
Police believe Gepford and Mosher broke into Bellevue East High School on July 11th, getting away with three laptops, a camera and an undetermined amount of cash.
Police say the suspects broke a top floor window to get in sometime between 3 and 4 a.m. Once inside, they rummaged through the administrative office and obtained keys to other offices in the school. In all, they caused $20,000 in damage.
"It absolutely hurts, that safety and security feeling that it takes away from you, when you go through something like that. But, I also think on the opposite side of that it really shows how the community comes together," said Amanda Oliver, Bellevue Public Schools.
It's the second break-in in the district in two years.