YARNELL, AZ - Yavapai County Sheriff's Office deputies and detectives arrested an additional suspect in connection to the burglary of a Yarnell home following evacuations due to the Yarnell Hill Fire.
On Friday, July 12, YCSO detectives received an anonymous tip that Thomas Adams, 22, was in possession of stolen firearms from the victim's home.
Later in the day, detectives spoke with Adams who admitted to possessing the stolen .22 caliber pistol. He told them that Robert Frost, one of the two suspects already arrested for the burglary, gave him the weapon.
After detective completed a search warrant for Adam's residence, they recovered the pistol as well as additional stolen property.
Adams is known to associate with the first two suspects Dakota Slone, 27, and Robert Frost, 22, already in-custody.
The two were arrested on July 10 for the burglary.
As the investigation continues to locate the remaining stolen property, detectives believe there may be more suspects.
The YCSO encourages anyone with information regarding this case, to contact Detective Kevin Levin at 928-771-3278.
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