According to reports from the Chattooga County Sheriff’s Department, two teenagers were arrested last week after they broke into a shed on property that one of them was ordered to leave.

A deputy responded to a burglary call on Ridgeway Road, where Larry Campbell said that someone had broken into his shed by using a pick-ax to break the lock and had taken $480 worth of items.  Campbell told the deputy that he had been out of town and his mother had been watching the property.  Before he left town, Mr. Campbell had told seventeen-year-old Hunter Fisher to stay off of the property.  After telling him to leave, Fisher reportedly told Mr. Campbell that he would “get even.”

Two investigators found Hunter Fisher and seventeen-year-old Megan Palmer on Cooper Pit Road and arrested the pair.

Fisher and Palmer were both charged with burglary and Fisher was additionally charged with theft by taking and criminal trespass under the Family Violence Act.  Fisher was also charged with possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug related objects.