The Macon Police Department made an arrest when they served an active warrant on Brett D. Llewellyn, 17, of Macon, Tuesday night.

The charge on the warrant is attempted burglary. According to authorities, Llewellyn is accused of allegedly trying to break into a storage shed owned by Municipal Utilities on Malone Street, Sunday morning. Three other suspects have been arrested in connection with that attempt.

Llewellyn was released pending further investigation. Macon Police are asking anyone with information to contact them.

Press Release from the Macon Police Department

On the evening of 07/23/2013, Macon Police Department served an active warrant on Brett D Llewellyn, 17 of Macon, for attempted burglary.  Llewellyn was processed and released pending a Division II Court date.  The arrest comes after weeks of investigation into multiple thefts from a Macon Municipal Utilities shed located on Malone Street within the city limits of Macon.

The Macon Police Department has been conducting investigations of several thefts from a Municipal Utilities owned storage shed on Malone Street within the city limits of Macon.  In the early morning hours of 07/21/13, police became aware of another attempted burglary in the same location.  On 07/21/13 at approximately 5:08am, the Macon Police Department with assistance of the Macon County Sheriff’s Department located and placed two adult males and one juvenile male into custody for attempted burglary and other violations.  All three suspects were transported to the Macon Police Department & Sheriff’s Office for further questioning.  The Macon County Juvenile Office was contacted to assist with the 15-year old black male juvenile.  As a result of the investigation, the 18-year old male was placed on 24-hour hold pending formal charges.  The Macon Police Department has applied for and obtained warrants on Schuyler J Donelson, 18 of Macon, for attempted burglary.  Donelson is currently being held on $9,000 bond.  A 17-year old white male was questioned and released pending further investigation.  According to the Macon Police Department, additional charges and further arrests are pending the outcome of the investigation at this time.  Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Macon Police Department at 660-385-2195 or the Anonymous Tips Line at 660-395-1111.

A criminal charge is merely an allegation and the defendant is, of course, presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

Submitted by:

Modeste Ewing, Secretary
Under Authority of Chief Steve Olinger
Macon Police Department