Arrests related to Speedy’s burglary

The investigation into a Dec. 28 conveniece-store burglary in Waynesboro has resulted in two arrests for that crime and several others.

Matthew McKinley Painter, 26, of Dooms, has been charged with breaking and entering and grand larceny in connection with the burglary at Speedy’s on North Delphine Avenue. Painter also faces charges related to the theft of a lawn mower from a residence on West 12th Street, a laptop from a residence on Woodland Circle and a purse from a residence on B Street.

Also arrested as a result of the investigation was Donnie Lee Jarvis, 34, of Crimora, who turned himself into Waynesboro Police on Thursday on a charge of grand larceny of an LCD television from the Waynesboro Wal-Mart.

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