A Summerville man was in jail without bond Saturday night after being accused of aiding a woman in breaking into the president’s office at Berry College and stealing a corporate credit card.
According to Floyd County Jail reports:
Omar Shiray Lashley, 28, of 9 Kay Drive, Summerville, entered Hermann Hall on the college’s campus around 1:30 p.m. on Dec. 29, accompanied by Molly Elizabeth Mason, 27, of Rome.
Lashley and Mason stole a credit card belonging to Diane Clonts, administrative assistant to the president, and used it multiple times.
Lashley was picked up by police at the Chattooga County line and arrested Friday.
Lashley is charged with felony first-degree burglary.
Mason, who was arrested Wednesday, is also charged with felony first-degree burglary related to the incident. She is additionally charged with another felony first-degree burglary charge related to a separate incident, along with a felony charge of exploitation and intimidation of disabled adults, elder persons, and residents, financial transaction card theft and three counts of third-degree forgery.
Mason was in jail without bond Saturday night.