Jeffrey Lynn Grigg, 25, of Norfork and Veronica Frances Gale, 32, of Mountain Home, are charged with breaking or entering and theft of property.
Deputies say the stolen property was found Monday in the search of a home on County Road 676, south of Mountain Home.
The BCSO had gone to the home on Friday night to investigate a domestic disturbance. During the investigation into the disturbance, deputies developed evidence to believe that stolen property from a mini-storage break-in in the Gassville area earlier in the day that was not yet reported, was stored inside the residence. A witness gave deputies a descriptive list of those items.
Deputies then went to the Best-Way Mini Storage and found a unit missing a lock that they suspected had been broken into. The owner of the mini-storage complex was contacted, and he provided a name and number for the person who had that particular unit rented. Deputies contacted this person by phone, and she confirmed that there had been a lock on her unit. She also described property stored in the unit, and her description matched that of the property allegedly stored inside the residence on County Road 676. The items included DVDs, child safety seats, Halloween decorations, a tool box, and a gasoline powered remote-controlled car. The items were collectively valued at about $1,140.
Grigg and Gale were both released from custody after posting $15,000 bond each. They are scheduled to appear in Circuit Court on June 21st.
The BCSO says deputies are looking for a third suspect.