BLOUNT, W.Va. -- A mother and daughter were among three people charged with breaking into a Campbell's Creek home during the weekend.
Capt. Sean Crosier of the Kanawha County Sheriff's Department said neighbors called 911 at about 9 a.m. Nov. 10 after watching three people allegedly breaking into a mobile home in Blount. The trio allegedly took a washer, dryer and other items and put them into the back of a pickup truck and drove away.
Crosier said deputies caught up with the trio on Campbell's Creek Drive with the items still in the back of the truck. Arrested were Sherry Ann Peyton, 38, of Bear Tracks Run; her daughter, Diva Peyton, 19, and Diva Peyton's boyfriend, Jeremy Light, 21, both of Campbell's Creek Drive.
All three were charged with daytime burglary. They remained in the South Central Regional Jail Tuesday morning with bail on Light and Sherry Ann Peyton set at $10,000 each. Bond for Diva Peyton was set at $2,500.