According to a press release, an ongoing investigation by the Nacogdoches County Sheriff’s Office (NCSO) has led to two felony arrests involving burglary cases. Investigators have been working multiple Burglary and Theft cases since September 16th that all occurred in the Garrison area. All these cases have allegedly been linked to two suspects, Mark Dziedzic & Corey Jimerson for the following cases:

Burglary of Building (Stole a 2007 Honda ATV) Recovered
Burglary of Habitation & Unauthorized Use of Motor Vehicle(2005 Camo Yamaha UTV - Recovered) 6 firearms stolen (3 have been recovered)
Theft- felony 3rd degree Multiple tools and equipment ($10,000 Welder/Generator Recovered)
Unathorized Use of Motor Vehicle - 1993 Dodge Dually Diesel stolen from Bulldog Tire in Garrison. (Recovered)

During this ongoing investigation, investigators interviewed multiple witnesses including the suspects, executed search warrants and searched multiple pieces of property and were able to recover a majority of the stolen property. During this investigation and recovery of evidence, investigators were able to link both suspects to the crimes that had taken place.

Mark Dziedzicm, 24, was arrested on September 17th by investigators with the Nacogdoches County Sheriff’s Office at his residence in Garrison. He was booked into the Nacogdoches County Jail on charges of burglary of a habitation, a 2nd degree felony, theft, a state jail felony, burglary of a building, a state jail felony and UUMV – state jail felony.

During the investigation, Corey Jimmerson, 36, was also identified as another suspect in the case. A warrant was issued for his arrest for burglary of habitation, 2nd degree felony,  burglary of building, a state jail felony and theft, a state jail felony.

Jimmerson was arrested on October 8th at his residence on CR 271. Jimmerson attempted to flee from deputies and was found hiding underneath a trailer house. After a long search Jimmerson was taken into custody without incident. Jimmerson was booked into the Nacogdoches County Jail on the above charges. Jimmerson was also charged with evading arrest or detention a Class A misdemeanor.

Both subjects remain in the Nacogdoches County Jail.