Killeen police arrested a man suspected in a spring 2012 burglary who was linked to the crime through his fingerprints.
Rayjohn Almalike Butler, 25, is facing a charge of burglary of a habitation in connection with an alleged break-in at a home in the 2000 block of Wright Way in Killeen that took place May 31.
Butler and another suspect identified as Jarvis Demectie Butler are named in an arrest affidavit as the two men who stole a television, jewelry and cash from the home.
A child was present in the home at the time of the burglary, the affidavit stated.
The homeowner’s son had been home sick from school when multiple men entered the home. Two men later identified as Rayjohn Butler and Jarvis Butler entered his bedroom and did not allow him to leave.
The son knew one of the men as “Pooh,” who he later identified as Jarvis Butler.
Latent fingerprints taken from a window matched prints belonging to Rayjohn Butler, the affidavit stated.
Rayjohn Butler remained in Bell County Jail on Thursday with bail set at $83,000 by Justice of the Peace Garland Potvin. He also is being held on a charge of marijuana possession, less than 2 ounces, and a motion to revoke probation.
In an unrelated case, Potvin arraigned Justina Marie Spada, 24, on a charge of possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram.
Coryell County Justice of the Peace John Guinn arraigned Lisa Ann Both on Monday on a charge of posession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Guinn set her bond at $7,500.
Guinn arraigned Lance Douglas Snyder, 45, on Monday on a charge of posession of a controlled substance, more than 1 gram but less than 4 grams. Guinn set his bond at $15,000.
Guinn arraigned Ivan Anthony Shepard Jr. on a charge of organized retail theft. Guinn set his bond at $4,000.
Guinn arraigned Brandon Jones on Sunday on a charge of posession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram. Guinn set his bond at $7,500.
Coryell County Justice of the Peace Bill Price arraigned Zelda Zada Vizcarrondo, 28, on April 12 on two charges of assault against a public servant. Price set her bonds for the felony charges at $100,000. Vizcarrondo also was arraigned on four misdeamour charges with bonds set at $5,000 each.