Bibb County Sheriff’s Investigators make arrests in the stolen autos incident that occurred at the residence of Judge Self sometime between late Monday night and early Tuesday morning. It was reported that a Ford F150 Pickup was found by Bibb County Sheriff’s Deputies early this morning, wrecked. It was discovered that the Ford truck along with two other vehicles that belonged to Self, had been stolen from his residence. Several items in the vehicles were also stolen.
Investigators with the assistance of patrol deputies recovered all three vehicles and one of the firearms on Tuesday. It was discovered through the investigation that 18 year old Maury Makel Frye of Macon, 18 year old Monteris Jackson of Macon and a 14 year old female juvenile of Macon were involved in the theft of the 3 vehicles. All three suspects were transported to the Bibb County Sheriff’s Property Investigations Division and questioned. After being questioned Frye and Jackson were transported to the Bibb County Law Enforcement Center. Frye was charged with theft by taking and criminal trespass. Frye also had warrants for his arrest on other unrelated charges. He has a bond amount of $26,600.00. Monteris Jackson was charged with theft by receiving stolen property. He has a bond amount of $4,050.00. The juvenile was charged with theft by receiving stolen property. She was turned over to the custody of a parent and has a court date set for Juvenile Court.
Investigators also recovered a 2002 Ford Expedition this morning during the initial discovery of the three vehicles taken from Self. That part of the incident is still under investigation.
Investigators continue to work on the case. Anyone with information about the incident is urged to contact the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office at 478-751-7500, or Macon Regional Crimestoppers at 1-877-68CRIME.