Sunday, January 22, 2012

More Rez Burglars Arrested


Two Women Arrested by Rankin County
Deputies for Recent Residential Burglaries


Sheriff Bryan Bailey Reports:

Rankin County Sheriff’s Department Deputies and Investigators with assistance from the Hinds County Sheriff’s office, the Jackson Police Department and the U.S. Marshals Service arrested Melissa Comans and Carrie Aycock Friday night at a South Jackson Motel for burglary and attempted burglary of residences in Rankin County.

Over the past seven days the Rankin County Sheriff’s Department has responded to three residential burglaries and one attempted burglary in the northern Rankin County subdivisions of Castlewoods, Hidden Hills and Forest Point. In all three cases the suspects forced entry into the residences and took mainly electronics including flat screen televisions, computers, game consoles and assorted other items.

Deputies received a break in the case when a neighbor of one of the victims provided a description of the suspects and the suspect’s vehicle. Investigators were able to identify Comans and Aycock as suspects and tracked them down to a South Jackson Motel.

At the time of their arrest, Comans and Aycock had some of the stolen property in their possession along with narcotics and burglary tools.

Both women are suspected of other Metro Area thefts.

Comans and Aycock are both in the Rankin County Jail awaiting an initial appearance Tuesday morning before Rankin County Court Judge Kent McDaniel.

Sheriff Bailey states “Once again, our citizens have come through; when neighbors look out for neighbors we are all a lot safer!  I am so proud of the hard working team of men and women who make up the Rankin County Sheriff’s Department; they all have worked tirelessly to arrest these suspects in a timely manner. I also appreciate the support of Sheriff Tyrone Lewis and the Hinds County Sheriff’s Department, Chief Rebecca Coleman and the Jackson Police Department as well as U.S. Marshal George White and his Fugitive Task Force.  All three agencies responded immediately to our request for assistance in arresting these women”.

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27 comments:

RWX said...

My dad lives in Heatherwood Subdivision in Jackson. They and the surrounding subdivisions have an email system that alerts everyone on crimes and just suspicious activity, like door to door solicitation. The information is generated by the residents, so you get a real-time feel for what is happening in the neighborhood long before it is published in the media.

Anonymous said...

Looks like Aycock has been on the pipe longer than Comans. These "gals" should be glad a homeowner wasnt home to defend themselves. Good job neighbors and RCSO.

Anonymous said...

Lookin like a crack head with a hard bed now

Anonymous said...

More like two Meth heads who will now
understand the true meaning of "carpet munching".

Anonymous said...

Wonder is the RCSO would have caught them if all of the deputies were out manning radar speed traps...

Anonymous said...

Hopefully these women will take this as an opportunity to turn their lives around.

Anonymous said...

I'm not sure why people feel better about taking pain in other people's pleasure.....why such hateful comments. Have you walked in their shoes, experienced their hurts, or know their hearts.....no, only God does! Instead of passing judgement maybe you could send up a prayer. You never know what life experiences lead up to wrong choices!

Anonymous said...

Wow, they totally skipped over my neighborhood. Why? Because they took a look around and thought they were back in South Jackson. Maybe that could be somebody's case against the proposed overlay: The criminals might think your neighborhood looks nice.

Anonymous said...

they do not need sympathy!!!

Anonymous said...

That may be true but if your home has ever been broken into you would undertand that is a personal violation. So maybe you do not understand the victims side of things?
So I can ask have you walked in a victims shoes? I have!

KaptKangaroo said...

I was robbed. It sucked. You could still smell the thief in the house when we arrived home. We never caught the person or regained our personal items I say, make sure these two do jail time because all too often these folks are not caught until they have victimized many. It sounds like a pretty open and shut case here.

RWX said...

I image there are a lot of us that did not know the robberies were going on. We need a system to inform everyone about what is happening before it makes the news (because a lot of it will never make headlines).

Anonymous said...

I do actually know how it feels, they robbed my house! It's just material things, nothing compared to two souls that need to be saved. How can you say they need no sympathy....have you never made wrong choices and been forgiven? Of course, they need consequences but not criticism from other sinners....which we all are!

Anonymous said...

Burglers? I guess blogspot doesn't have spell check.

Anonymous said...

I will pray for these girls. I know their families and I know their hearts are broken. They come from good,loving homes and were raised better than this. We should all pray for them. I'm not saying what they did was right by any means or that they should go unpunished, I'm just saying that rather than throw stones, pray.....for them!

Anonymous said...

I know these girls, and trust me they deserve to be where they are!

Anonymous said...

I agree with the thought of praying for them. Justice will be served for the crimes committed; the law is designed that way. However it truly breaks my heart that the first love of my life (almost 3 years with Carrie) has let drugs completely destroy her life. I know for a fact she comes from a very godly & loving family. I was once considered a family member, I should know. This is a college educated person, served in the arm forces and at one time had direction. Carrie really is a wonderful person, I think drugs can make your life unmanageable. Her and her family is in my prayers. As for the crime committed I do think it is for sure a personal violation of a person life. I do think it is heinous. It has happened to me once. I think both women will have a lot to think about over the next few years probably in jail. Being hateful is a reflection of one’s self. This is very sad!!!

Anonymous said...

They deserve consequences for their actions but come on quit kicking a dead horse. Have compassion! They have families they are humans just like everyone else. Their families are crushed. I pray this will be a divine intervention for these girls. That they leave out of jail differently than they came in. And I pray for their families. There are more than 2 women affected here. The victims, and these girls families.

Anonymous said...

They have had chance after chance of bettering their lives. I do feel for their families. It has been a fighting battle for many years!

Anonymous said...

Only one person should be the judge- and that will be God one day. Instead of bashing these obviously troubled individuals ... prayer is the better alternative. Talking the way some of you are talking is not the "better" thing to do. God will also be the judge of you some day. Many prayers to this family and these two girls. Praying for healing & family comfort.

Unknown said...

People think we should give them sympathy?!? I was friends with Melissa Comans for 5 years until she turned into a crack head! During Carrie and her robbery spree, they decided to rob my house because Melissa knew what kind of goodies they would be able to pawn from it! Lucky for me I was at home sick and called they police right away. Sympathy?!?!? I THINK NOT!!! I'm the one scared my house will be broken into again sometime. I'm the one scared to sleep because on old " friend" friend to burglarize my house!! Obviously Comans and Acock didn't visit your houses, right "sympathy" people????

Anonymous said...

Anyone that Aycock comes in contact with is ruined! She will never recover and has had many years to prove this!

Carrie Aycock said...

My name is Carrie Dianne Aycock, Three years ago my saving grace came in the form of police kicking my door in. I appreciate the support comments that I read, and I can also understand the ugly comments. I use to be one of those people that judged others and I looked down on people that had been to prison, and then I became one of those people. Anybody that knows me knows I never would have committed those crimes if not under the influence of drugs. I have alot of gratitude for my time I spent in prison cause it saved my life and it gave me the chance to be still long enough to build a relationship with my Redeemer. Their will be cynics that say, "Yeah whatever, she got jail house religion". I know you will because I have said that about people myself. It really doesn't matter, the people that do matter know that God has changed my life and he knows my heart. I struggled with addiction for a long time and I know that God uses your struggles and your pain and turns them around for your good, I hope to help as many people as I can and lead as many people to Christ as possible. The enemy comes to steal, kill,and destroy and he stole and destroyed just about everything that I had, but he didn't kill me and I surrender everything to the Lord so that He can use me for his Glory. The devil is pissed that he didn't win. He is also pissed that the ugly comments didn't bother me, see God removed the power of my addiction, He also took away my guilt and my shame, and God gave me my joy too so nobody can take that away, there is no condemnation here. I have been cleansed and I have been made new. Many people prayed for me and that is the only reason I made it. If you don't believe in the power of prayer or what God can do, just take a look at my life, You can find me on Facebook. I'm not where I want to be but I'm better than I was and I continue to get better every day with God by my side. For those that prayed for me and supported me, Thank you very much and I pray God blesses you all. For the ones against me I pray for you too. I pray God changes your heart so you can show some one that is struggling and in pain some kindness and love that will change their life and in the process it can not help but change yours for the better.

Anonymous said...

Bless you, Carrie. You are correct. The power of God can cure any addiction. He cured mine.

I wish you continued success.

Anonymous said...

Carrie, I hope and pray you have truly turned your life around. I too struggled with an addiction that nearly ruined my life but God can and does answer prayers for help. Please keep making all the right choices and stay close to God. Sincerest best wishes.

Unknown said...

Carrie, let me begin first by saying that I agree with some of what you said, but I have a big issue with a statement you made. First, you are right, we do have a that can change hearts and change people. What bothers me is that you have no guilt and no shame for your actions. Yes, The Lord has forgiven you, but have your victims? Have you even bothered to apologize to them? Because I was one of your and Melissa's victims, and I know I haven't received an apology! You and Melissa were once guests in my home, welcomed because I believed Melissa to be my friend, yet you came to my house when you thought I was at work and attempted to break into my home. We now have 2 dogs and installed a security system because of the fear and the distrust that was created by your and Melissa's actions. I'm thankful that we have a Lord that will toss our sins aside and forgive. I just pray one day I will be able to forgive you and Melissa as well, but Lord knows I will never be able to forget what y'all did.

Carrie said...

You took what I said wrong. When I said my guilt and my shame has been removed, that comes from God so that I don't have to carry that with me for the rest of my life and have it affect my future. Do I have a conscience, and Am I sorry for the pain and the fear I caused my victims? Absolutely I am! I was told not to have any contact with my victims, If I knew how to contact them and the law allowed it, I would. The only way I have at this time to make amends to them is to complete my sentence and pay my restitution. Hopefully in the future God will make a way so that I can do more. I do apologize to you for any pain that I caused you and your family. I know it makes it even harder to understand when its some one that you cared for, I know melissa will try and make amends when she is able to do so.