Buckeye PD books two people for organizing theft ring
Buckeye police detectives arrested what they believe are two prolific theft and burglary suspects after serving a warrant Wednesday, August 7, 2019.
Detectives executed the search warrant, with the help of the BPD SWAT Team, at a home near 227th Avenue and West Papago Street early Wednesday morning.
Inside the home, investigators found stolen property, drugs and drug paraphernalia. Two people, Joshua Randall, 42, and Solana Graham, 38, were taken into custody.
In the past month, there has been a number of residential and vehicle burglaries that occurred in the Sundance Communities of Buckeye. The investigation into these crimes indicated Randall and Graham were ordering drug users to commit the burglaries in exchange for Fentanyl (M30) pills. Detectives believe the pair’s criminal activity included committing several organized retail thefts from Wal-Mart and Lowes. The two are suspected of conducting fraudulent returns with stolen property or selling the items on the internet.
Randall and Graham were booked into the Maricopa County 4th Avenue Jail for several felony offenses.