Major David Harper of the Madison County Sheriff’s Office reports that on Saturday, January 28, 2017, at 10:45 a.m. Madison County Deputy Ben Pike responded to a residence located on Donaldson Road in Lee regarding a complaint of a burglary and theft. Upon arrival Deputy Pike meet with the victim who reported that when he arrived home he found several items missing from his residence. The victim stated that he had surveillance cameras on his property and he had captured photographs of the person responsible for committing the burglary and theft. Deputy Pike recognized the perpetrator and identified him as Raeburn Wade Cannon of Lee. Deputy Pike went to Cannon’s residence and found him standing in his yard. Cannon was still wearing the same jacket that he was wearing when he was captured on photograph removing items from the victim’s residence. Deputy Pike questioned Cannon about the burglary and theft. Cannon initially denied having any involvement or knowledge of the crime but once Deputy Pike showed Cannon the photographs Cannon confessed to the burglary and theft. Deputy Pike placed Cannon under arrest without incident.
Raeburn Wade Cannon
2321 SE Donaldson Road
Lee, FL 32059
Burglary to a Dwelling – Unarmed
Grand Theft - $300 or more Less than $5,000