Dustin Janz

Dustin Janz

Another arrest has been made in connection with an alleged incident that occurred in May at the Lafayette home of former Lafayette police officer Jacob Jordan, who was found dead due to natural causes at his Johns Creek Road residence on March 27.

Dustin Michael Janz, 25, was arrested on Thursday and faces multiple charges.

Alicia Nicole Moss, 32, was arrested on June 17 after Macon County Sheriff's Department deputy William Tuck saw Janz while driving by a Lafayette apartment complex.

According to the arrest report, Tuck knew that Janz had a warrant out for his arrest, so he pulled into the back of the complex. He then saw Moss running from the complex, and Janz did the same. Tuck was unable to locate Janz, but Moss was found hiding nearby.

The arrest report indicated that Moss admitted to talking to Janz on the front porch of the apartment complex, which led to charges of violation an order of granting bail.

She and Janz were hired in early May to do yard work at the Jordan home by Katrina Jordan, the widow of Jacob Jordan. Moss and Janz worked there for approximately two weeks according to Jordan.

However, Jordan discovered that her late husband's chainsaw was missing, prompting her to look to see if it has been sold at Lafayette's S & J. S & J purchases used goods from area residents, similar to a pawn shop.

Though the chainsaw wasn't there, Jordan did discover jewelry of her mother that had been in her home. She said that she wrote a $1,200 check to S & J to purchase the jewelry back, but upon further investigation on her part, she discovered that a sewing machine, coin collection, tools, household items and some of her daughter's clothing was missing, in addition to $15 from her late husband's wallet that she was saving for her daughter.

Jordan filed a report with the Macon County Sheriff's Department on May 15.

One of the guns was eventually returned to her by a man who said that he had purchased it for $300 from Janz before learning that it had been stolen. The Macon County Sheriff's Department recovered the other gun -- a police gun that belonged to Jacob Jordan -- and returned it to Katrina Jordan.

Some more of her mother's jewelry was also returned to Jordan.

Janz faces charges of evading arrest, violation of condition of bond, aggravated burglary and theft of property of more than $5,000.

His bond was set at $16,000, and his court date is slated for July 18.