According to information provided by officials, Clay Superior Court issued two arrest warrants for Robert Kent Harlan, 21, on April 5. One of the warrants was for charges stemming from a burglary investigation by the Clay County Sheriff's Department starting on March 28, which included a class B felony burglary, two separate class D felony charges for theft and residential entry and one class A misdemeanor charge of criminal trespass.
The second warrant involves misdemeanor criminal mischief and a class C infraction for provocation from a separate incident.
Served with the warrants on Wednesday, Harlan is currently being held on a $25,000 cash bond (with 10 percent allowed), which is to be paid consecutively to a $5,000 cash bond (with 10 percent allowed) in the separate legal matter.
Superior Court Judge Pro Tem James Deal appointed a public defender in the case Thursday and tentatively scheduled a jury trial in both matters for Aug. 16.