DEPUTY ARRESTS MAN WHO BROKE INTO WAREHOUSE AND FELL ASLEEP
James Patrick Lally
The Sheriff’s Office has arrested at Mountain Home man for Breaking or Entering after a property owner found him asleep inside her warehouse building just outside of Mountain Home. Sheriff’s Deputy Tracy Munson responded to the complaint call on June 4th at approximately 11:49 AM at 1001 Wallace Knob Road. The property owner and another person with her had found the man inside the warehouse and were detaining him awaiting the arrival of deputies.
The man, identified as 32 year old JAMES PATRICK LALLY of Mountain Home, had made forced entry into the warehouse building through a bay door. He apparently placed articles of property belonging to the victim in two separate piles before falling asleep inside in a chair.
Deputy Munson placed LALLY under arrest and subsequently transported him to the Detention Center. At the time of his arrest, LALLY was found to have a methamphetamine smoking pipe in his possession. JAMES P. LALLY was booked on a felony charge of Breaking or Entering and a felony charge of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. He is currently being held in lieu of $5,000 bond and will appear in Circuit Court on July 2nd.
/s/ John F. Montgomery,
Baxter County Sheriff