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Three Arrested for Burglarizing Two Twisters Restaurants

Tuesday, 11 April 2017

The Knox County Sheriff’s Office arrested three people for burglarizing two Twisters restaurants earlier this month. 18-year-old Lexis Mello of Corryton and 21-year-old Joshua Tricsli of Knoxville were taken into custody by detectives with the Knox County Sheriff’s Office on Monday for the April 2nd burglary of the restaurants, one located at 5831 Washington Pike and the other at 6121 Tazewell Pike. 26–year-old Jordan Surber of Knoxville was arrested on Tuesday for his involvement in the burglaries.

The arrests came after an investigation by KCSO’s Property Crimes detectives led them to the identification of the suspects. Mello is charged with two counts of burglary and will be held in the Roger D. Wilson Detention Facility on a combined $10,000 bond. Tricsli is charged with two counts of vandalism, two counts of theft, and two counts of burglary. He also had an outstanding assault warrant at the time of his arrest and will be held in the Roger D. Wilson Detention Facility on a combined $28,500 bond. He has a history in Knox County that includes identity theft, unauthorized use of a credit or debit card, theft, burglary, attempted burglary, and narcotics. Surber is charged with two counts of vandalism, two counts of theft, and two counts of burglary. He will be held in the Roger D. Wilson Detention Facility on a combined $27,000 bond. He has a criminal history in Knox County that includes theft, burglary, drugs, evading arrest, resisting, and criminal impersonation.

Mello Surber Tricsl

 

 


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