A Neshoba County man was arrested Thursday and charged with two counts of burglary and one count of petty larceny for incidents occurring on two different dates in two separate locations in Neshoba County.

Henry Warren, 43, 10233 Road 385 was arrested after an investigation led to him as the suspect in a couple of reported area crimes. Warren is charged with burglarizing two vacant homes off of Road 385 Tuesday where the victim reported that two push mowers, a tiller and Power Wheels Bigfoot Monster Truck were taken.

Warren was also charged with one count of petty theft for allegedly stealing a tiller Thursday from a residence on off of Road 387. According to the victim, he was using the tiller when he discovered he needed a spark plug for the tiller and left it in the yard. Warren allegedly took the tiller from the yard when the victim walked away from the tiller.

In other cases:



• An assault was reported off of Highway 19 south Saturday. The victim reported a broken tooth and jaw as a result of the assault. The assailant could not be identified.

• A set of four wagon wheels were reported stolen off of a horse-drawn wagon Saturday off of Road 236.

• Monday morning a report was made of a cell phone being stolen at the Silver Star Casino.

• Morgan Jefferson, 31,11680 Road 149, was arrested Friday and charged with uttering a forgery for attempting to pass a fake $100 bill at a business on Holland Avenue.

• An auto burglary that occurred Oct. 11, was reported Friday. According to the victim, a wallet was stolen from the vehicle.

• Friday, a black trailer and a lawnmower were reported stolen from a residence on Pinehurst St. According to the report, a tan pickup, unknown make and model, was seen leaving the scene.