A rural Lawrence County man wanted for two felonies recently was arrested.
A warrant was issued earlier this month for the arrest of Jordan S. Wolfe, 28.
His arrest stems from a burglary investigation of a rural Jackson County home in April 2015 and items collected at the scene examined by the Indiana State Police lab in Indianapolis.
Sgt. Stan Darlage with the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department initially investigated the case and requested Detective Bob Lucas to assist.
As a result of the investigation, a suspect was developed, and the case was sent to Jackson County Prosecutor AmyMarie Travis. Then the arrest warrant was issued.
On June 21, Wolfe was arrested in Monroe County on the Jackson Circuit Court warrant for burglary, a Level 4 felony, and theft, a Level 6 felony.
Wolfe was held at the Jackson County Jail in Brownstown until posting a $20,000 surety bond Sunday. There is a 96-hour hold on all felony arrests before bond is made, Darlage said.