Arrests Made in Recent Burglary

By: Rachel Alig Email
By: Rachel Alig Email

Arrests have been made in Lauderdale County that authorities say may lead to even more arrests for the crime of burglary.

The Lauderdale County Sheriff's Department said Dominique Tubbs, Antonio Brown, and Charles Martez Brock are charged in a recent burglary.

Officials say more people might be arrested soon, and that more charges could be forthcoming.

"We believe that these individuals have been part of an ongoing group that has broken into numerous residences in the Valley Road area," said Chief Deputy Ward Calhoun. "Investigators are still working on it, still recovering property, still documenting their case. This is an instance where we have had help from the community, giving us information that led to these arrests."

Each of the suspects is currently charged with one count of grand larceny and one count of burglary.


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  • by Give me a Break on Nov 18, 2009 at 11:27 AM
    To Alexis Lockhart: You are an idiot and a prime example of what is wrong with our youth today....parents like you. who cares if you know Dominettes mom. She can't be all that great if her child is out robbing stores and homes. Oh, BTW, Dominette himself can't be such a good person if he is (remember this) CAUGHT ON TAPE burglarizing businesses! Wrong place, wrong time! HAHA...you are comical. That actually means that I happen to be driving down the road and a tree falls on my car! ex: wrong place wrong time. NOT that I threw a brick through the door of a business and robbed them. Give me a Break!!!!
  • by ed on Nov 14, 2009 at 06:44 PM
    ok ok.. here it is respect is missing all over the shop. as it has been said locked doors only keep the honest honest.. teens as adults know right from wrong the trouble is lack of honor and worried about being left out or called chicken.. the other trouble is when they go to court they are not the perpetrator but a victim of being whatever. this has got to stop you screwed up take it own it start to finish. let your mistake be a wake up call and deal with the aftermath as you knew it was wrong from the start.. called conscious this is God given to all ...
  • by Middle Age Taxpayer on Nov 14, 2009 at 03:22 PM
    To Just SICK of it: Here's a history lesson for you. The term 'These (You) People' was and is used by smug, racist, bigoted people from my generation and apparently yours, to refer to peoples of a different race or life circumstance. It generally means the subject of the comment is somehow less than the speaker/writer. I noticed you did NOT answer the other two points in my post, "'juveniles' from the 'projects'". God loves you, even if I do not.
  • by Just Thinking on Nov 13, 2009 at 05:21 AM
    Anonymous that posted at 1:59 pm, you explained in your post why the children are as they are and then turned around and said "They refused to live a life like normal children". Would this not be normal for them if this is the environment they are use to? They do not deserve to go to prison for the rest of their lives. They deserve to be placed in a program that is designed to help them change their mentality. Not a program that pads the administration pockets, but actually works with the perpetrators. If proven guilty they do deserve to serve time for their actions, but given a second chance provided they complete the program. Judge Gregory Mathis is living proof that not all thugs will grow up to be horrible adults with plans to do these types of actions until they die. He was given a second chance and it changed his life completely. Will this help all thugs? No, because just like the poor, we will have criminals (blue and white collar) with us always.
  • by Just SICK of it on Nov 12, 2009 at 11:13 PM
    Alexis, what do you MEAN "wrong place wrong time"? How could you make such comment. It would be understood (for whatever its worth) if this guy was injured, but in this situation reportedly committed a burglary. How is this being in the wrong place? Are you telling us that it wouldve been ok for him to burglarize a building other than the one they're accusing him of?? Get real and wake up. This guy made a decision and I dont think location and time affected what when on here......There are no "right places" to go and burglarize them!....Burglary is WRONG no matter HOW you look at it and YOU (Alexis Lockhart) should be ASHAMED of yourself for such remarks but Im sure you're not because comments like that are typical from people like you.
  • by Anonymous Location: Meridian on Nov 12, 2009 at 11:59 AM
    There are too many homes that have at least one parent or no parents raising the children. That is the reason why this society developed these young boys into demon adolescents. All they know in this world are violence, wardrobe malfunction, sex crimes, burglary, and drugs. They deserved to be put in prison for life because they refuse to live a life like normal children in this world. These boys are mentally destructed by their surroundings. They will grow up to be horrible adults and plan to do these type of actions until they die.
  • by Crime does not Pay Location: Meridan on Nov 12, 2009 at 09:16 AM
    This is the reason everything costs more at the local level, the conviencence stores have to jack up prices to compensate for the loss of inventory and damage to property. What is really sad is that these hoodlums will cop a plea and get off with a reduced or suspended sentence and then be right back out doing this all over again, why doesn't WTOK do a story about that?
  • by Alexis Lockhart Location: 2704 Valley RD on Nov 12, 2009 at 06:41 AM
    I think they didn't do I stay out there and no one has ever broken into my home if u say a child should be put to death god shall punish u this is no laughing matter. why would anyone say that about any if they did commit the crime they don't deserve to be killed.I know Dominete mom and she is a really good mom.I don't care what nobody say about him he's a good person he was at the wrong place at the wrong time.My prayers goes out to his family I can't stand to see Dominete go to jail it's not right. Its killing me everyday knowing he's in their with the real suspects.who ever said they should be put death u r saying it about your own kids in the future god is good he's going to work it out.God please be with these young men please be with them nomatter what happens.
  • by 15 year old black teen Location: N/A on Nov 12, 2009 at 06:39 AM
    Being a young witness to all what I am hearing, I am not going to say there innocent or guilty. Yes sometimes people get falsely arrested but, if there is a good amount of evidence they are proven guilty.
  • by Anonymous One Location: Meridian on Nov 11, 2009 at 08:54 PM
    Charge them with being stupid too. Except they broke into people's homes and should be treated much more harshly. They are lucky they didn't break into a home with an owner there, or they could have their crimes listed in the obituaries. Stupid is as Stupid does and these boys are STUPID!
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