Reprinted From WDTV.com
Law enforcement agencies in both Doddridge and Ritchie Counties were busy Sunday morning, after they say two men went on quite the crime spree.
Troopers said Sunrack Spencer and another man took things from a home on Holbrook Road in Doddridge County, and then set it on fire before they left. That's when they apparently went to another home on the road and started looking for items to take there.
Officers said their plans got messed up when a woman driving by spotted the burning home and tried to call for help. The two men supposedly started talking to her, and then jumped into her car and stole it. Troopers said the crime spree then spread into Ritchie County, where the two men crashed the car on an impassable road.
They apparently received minor injuries, and were able to continue on, but not before troopers think they set the car on fire. The pair then supposedly came across another home, kicked in the door, and found guns and jewelry to take. A DNR officer driving by saw the open door, and went to check things out.
That officer said he found muddy footprints and heard people talking. That's when he said he spotted Spencer behind a car in the driveway. Spencer was arrested, and taken to Camden Clark Medical Center in Parkersburg for treatment.
The other man fled the scene, but officers have issued warrants for his arrest. Both are facing a slew of charges out of both counties.
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