Police were dispatched to 1200 N. Trimble #22 for breaking and entering report. The victim, Amber Wyers knew the suspect. Police observed the living room window was open and the screen was still in the window, but pushed in. Amber said that she had been gone the night before but when she woke up she had a text message from her ex-husband, Edward Wyers. The text said, I came by last night and went in through the window. He said he also took pictures for proof. I asked her what he meant about taking pictures and she said she didn't know. Nothing appeared to be missing but Amber said the couch had been moved and her front door was unlocked when she got home. Amber said she wanted charges filed against Edward for breaking into her apartment.
Police responded to Bluff avenue on a burglary call. The caller said a man walked into her house uninvited and threatened her with a gun. The homeowner, Lucinda Sequichie said the son of the man knocked on the door and asked to use her phone. Then out of no where, the father walked in and was yelling at her and the boy. She said the father had a gun and the boy got into the vehicle with his father and they left the area in an extended cab truck. Police questioned Sequichie about the incident and she said the boy had a guitar and was on foot. He came into use the phone and James Starr walked in and threatened her and the boy. Sequichie said she did not know either the father or the son. When asked how she knew the name James Starr, if she knew neither man. She said, I must have heard the boy say his name. The officer told Sequichie he didn't think she was giving him the whole story and said, "Just tell me the truth about what happened." Sequichie said that was the whole story and she knew where the man lives. She explained to me the area of west South street. Police asked Sequichie to fill out a statement and she said she would take one and fill it out later. She was told her she needed to fill out the statement now, so police would know how to proceed. She then filled out a statement on the front porch but would not open her front door with police there. The officer drove to the area of South street and located a vehicle matching the description and a man and woman sitting on the front porch. Police asked if he was James and he said, "Yes." He identified himself as James Sevenstar and his wife Tia Sevenstar was also present. According to Sevenstar, his son had called him and said that he was at Sequichie's house with his guitar. He had went to visit, Kendall. Kendall is apparently Sequichie's son. Sevenstar said his son said that there were two men and they were trying to rob him. They told him that he could not leave until he emptied his pockets and left his guitar. Sevenstar said he drove to the house at 113 and 1/2 Bluff and found a man with a baseball bat. He said he told the man he had a gun, which in fact he had, and the man left the area. Sevenstar said he went in to get his son and found Sequichie holding the guitar. He told her to give his son his guitar and they left the area. Police went back to Sequichie and asked who was in the house. At first she said it was just her and then she said, Kendall was here. The officer asked who the man was that had the ball bat. She denied knowledge of anyone with a bat. Police asked to speak to Kendall and she looked toward the house but said Kendall had went to his Grandmothers or the store, she wasn't sure. Police felt they were not getting cooperation from Sequichie and told her they would forward this report to the detectives for an investigation.