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On Monday, November 23, 2020, Atoka County Sheriff Deputy Austin Golden received a call from dispatch about a burglary in progress at a residence on South Coffman Lane in Farris.
Deputy Golden arrived on scene to find two individuals standing on the porch of the residence. The Deputy made contact with a female standing on the porch, identified as Anna Hunt, 33, of Farris, and three others: Connor Dax Willis, Brandon Cravins, and Stearling Gibbany.
Hunt was asked if the owner of the property knew she was there taking items from the residence. She advised the Deputy that the owner was made aware.
The owner of the residence, Holly Kellogg, who was currently incarcerated at the Atoka County Jail, was contacted to confirm Hunt’s story.
Kellogg told Deputy Golden that Hunt was not allowed on the property, and she wanted to file charges.
Speaking to the other individuals on the property, Golden was advised that Hunt had been at the residence for a long period of time, and called them to help load items into her car.
Hunt admitted to taking items from the home. “I put a TV and dishwasher in my car,” she said.
Deputy Golden found the items in the back of the vehicle, and a folding pocket knife on Hunt’s person.
The knife had a broken tip, and matched the tool marks on the front door where Hunt had attempted to pry it open. Evidence showed that after the failed attempt to open the door Hunt had entered through a window.
She was placed under arrest, and transported to the Atoka County Jail for booking. During transit Hunt told Deputy Golden that she had marijuana and methamphetamine on her person and was also wearing a pair of Kellogg’s boots.
When at the jail, two plastic baggies, one containing a green leafy substance and one containing a crystal like substance, was found.
Hunt is charged with burglary in the second degree (felony), grand larceny (felony), and two counts of possession of a controlled dangerous substance (misdemeanor).