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Gadsden police arrest three on theft-related charges

From left to right: Barclay, Parks and Heard. (Photos: Etowah County Jail) From left to right: Barclay, Parks and Heard. (Photos: Etowah County Jail)
GADSDEN, AL (WBRC) -

The Gadsden Police Department says they have recently arrested three people in connection to three different theft-related incidents.

34-year-old Dane Jackson Barclay is facing 1st degree theft and 3rd degree burglary charges for an incident that happened last September. Barclay allegedly forced his way into his ex-girlfriend's home in the 1100 block of Scenic Drive. Officers responded to an alarm call and discovered a broken window. Blood at the scene was left when the intruder cut himself.

22-year-old Shebrieka Heard is facing 3rd degree robbery for an incident that happened on November 15th at the Old Navy on 312 East Meighan Blvd. A loss prevention employee told police that Heard had attempted to shoplift several items of clothing. When the employee tried to stop Heard, she allegedly shoved the employee and left the store before re-entering and attacking the employee.

22-year-old Johnny Parks is facing a 2nd degree theft charge for allegedly taking $1,200 in cash from a 42-year-old Gadsden woman on February 10th.

All three suspects are being held in the Etowah County Jail.

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