FRANKLIN COUNTY, VA – Two women were arrested for a larceny at a residential construction site on Monday.
At around 4 a.m., the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office got a call of a possible breaking and entering in progress in the 100 block of Windridge Parkway in Hardy.
Authorities say the caller was able to give them descriptions of the suspect, a vehicle and the direction it left the site.
A deputy working in the area responded, found a vehicle matching the description, and performed a traffic stop.
During the traffic stop, deputies learned the vehicle was stolen out of Vinton and found items inside from the construction site larceny.
34-year-old Magen Shea Rader, of Roanoke, and 25-year-old Amelia Louise Campbell, also of Roanoke, were arrested.
Rader has been charged with petit larceny less than $500 and receiving stolen goods $200 or more.
Additionally, she was served on an outstanding warrant for possession of schedule I/II drugs out of Alleghany County.
She is being held on a $5,000 secured bond.
Campbell has been charged with petit larceny less than $1,000 and stolen goods: buy/receive, larceny less than $1,000.
She is being held on a $2,500 secured bond.
Additional charges may be forthcoming, according to the Sheriff’s Office.