Tues., 10/7/14 3:41 a.m.
The Lynchburg consignment shop owner charged with burglaries in three jurisdictions is under house arrest after being granted bond. A Lynchburg Circuit Court judge on Monday granted $25,000 bond to Katie Hyatt, 38, of Concord. She is on house arrest until her Nov. 6 trial. Hyatt had been denied bond two weeks ago. She also is charged with burglaries in Campbell and Appomattox counties and is a person of interest in at least one Bedford County burglary. Hyatt owns The Burnt Orange Upscale Resale on Fort Avenue, where investigators found some of the items believed to have been stolen.
Mon., 10/6/14 5:20 a.m.
LYNCHBURG, Va. (AP) _ The owner of a consignment store in Lynchburg is accused of burglarizing multiple homes in three localities. Media outlets report that Katie Carico Hyatt, 38, faces breaking and entering and grand larceny charges in Appomattox and Campbell counties, and in Lynchburg. She also is charged in Campbell County with one count of petit larceny. The charges stem from two burglaries in Appomattox County, five in Campbell County and four in Lynchburg. Lynchburg police arrested Hyatt in September. She is being held without bond at the Lynchburg Adult Detention Center