On Friday May 10th, arrest warrants were obtained for two subjects involved in three recent Fairview Township residential burglaries. Detective Jarrett Boyles filed charges against 26-yr old Nicholas Malone and 22-yr old Lakyn Checkeye, both from Bosler Avenue in Lemoyne, for their involvement in the daytime burglaries.
Ever since the burglaries began in April, Fairview Township Police have been working closely with other local police departments and were able to develop Malone and Checkeye as suspects. On Thursday May 9th, police caught Malone and Checkeye immediately after committing a burglary in Cumberland County. Det.Boyles along with investigators from several other police agencies worked together to interview the subjects, collect evidence, and complete the investigation.
Malone was charged with three counts of Burglary, Theft, and Receiving Stolen property for Burglaries that were committed on April 2nd in the Fairview Park Development, April 22nd in the Woodbridge Farms development, and May 6th in the Green Lane Farms development. Checkeye was charged with three counts of Criminal Conspiracy for her involvement in the April 22nd incident. In total, the pair is believed to be responsible for over 16 burglaries on the West Shore.
Malone and Checkeye are currently incarcerated in the Cumberland County Prison, and will be arraigned next week.