2 men arrested for repeatedly stealing from neighbor while at di - WMC Action News 5 - Memphis, Tennessee

2 men arrested for repeatedly stealing from neighbor while at dialysis treatments

Christopher Henley (L) Joe Stanley (R) (Source: MPD) Christopher Henley (L) Joe Stanley (R) (Source: MPD)
MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) -

A pair of men accused of repeatedly stealing from their neighbor's house are now behind bars.

Officers determined that Christopher Henley and Joe Stanley repeatedly stole from a house near the intersection of North Graham Street and Macon Road.

"I heard about the man's house getting broken into, but I didn't know they had anything to do with it," neighbor Debbie Jones said.

The break-ins happened when the neighbor was away from the house for dialysis treatment.

"That's about as low as you can go," Jones said.

The victim told officers that he returned home Monday, June 4 to find his rear bathroom window broken.

He discovered two pistols valued around $2,000, a laptop valued at $2,200, and a chair had been stolen.

On Monday, June 11, the victim again noticed his window broken and his drawers, boxes, and closets ransacked. A window to his shed was also broken and a drill and handsaw worth $350 were missing.

On Wednesday, June 13, the victim once again came home to find his shed broken into. This time his garden equipment was missing.

Police developed Henley and Stanley as suspects. Both men have been charged with theft and taken to jail.

The third suspect has not been identified by police, but he or she lived in the house with the suspects. No one answered the door when Janice Broach knocked.

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