Three Arrested in Connection with Graham Burglaries

A multi-agency investigation leads to the arrests of three suspects for burglaries in Graham at a food pantry and a church and arson and burglary of a movie theatre.

The Graham police chief says the investigation is ongoing, and more arrests and charges are pending.

Thirty-three-year-old Michael James Williams and 31-year-old Amanda Diane Wilson, both of Graham, are charged with burglary of First United Methodist Church, with bonds set at $250,000.

In addition, Williams has another $250,000 bond for the burglary of the Graham Area Food Pantry.

Twenty-four-year-old Bobby Ray Huffman is charged with burglary and arson of the National Theatre on the Graham Square, with total bond of $500,000. His arrest is in connection with a suspicious fire in the historic theatre in late December. Most of the contents in the office were destroyed.

Williams is charged with the burglary at the food pantry earlier in December in which two thousand pounds of meat and office equipment was taken. The director of the pantry says entry was gained using a key stolen from the church two weeks earlier.

Police Chief Tony Widner says Graham Police received help from many agencies following up tips and leads, including the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, Young County Sheriff's Office, State Fire Marshal's Office, and Texas Rangers.

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