Two suspects in custody for burglary; numerous stolen items recovered Share:Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Posted in Ellis County on February 15, 2016 by Staff Report Photo courtesy Ellis County Sheriff's Office. Marvin Ray Daniels (left), 33, of Ennis and Gaines Michael Falls (right), 39, of Barry were arrested by the Ellis County Sheriff’s Office and Navarro County Sheriff’s Office on burglary of a habitation charges.ELLIS COUNTY — In coordination with the Navarro County Sheriff’s Office, the Ellis County Sheriff’s Office has arrested two suspects and recovered numerous stolen items.Through evidence obtained at the site of a residential burglary in the Avalon area, Ellis County investigators were able to identify one of the suspects, which led them to additional criminal activity where the suspect and another man were involved. The second man was also identified by Ellis County investigators and felony arrest warrants were obtained for both individuals.The two men were subsequently tracked to a house in Blooming Grove, where Ellis County investigators, along with Navarro County investigators, took the two suspects into custody.While at the location, investigators recovered stolen property from the Avalon residence and several Navarro County burglaries. As a result of the investigation, numerous burglaries have been cleared so far, with the owners of the recovered property notified.Booked into Wayne McCollum Detention Center on burglary of a habitation charges were:• Marvin Ray Daniels, 33, of Ennis – bond set at $25,000 • Gaines Michael Falls, 39, of Barry – bond set at $25,000The investigation is ongoing. You may also be interested in readingECSO burglary reports for Feb. 3-102016 Ellis County Democrat primary winners in contested racesWanted man apprehended by Sheriff’s OfficeMaypearl police chief arrested for sexual assault of a childEarly voting begins MondaySheriff’s Office to participate in drug take back initiativesChild molester sentenced to 75 years with no paroleCandidate 2018 profile: Charlie DanielsSheriff pleads guilty and resignsECSO Explorers take second place overall honors at state competition ← COLUMN: About the ECSO serial number registration serviceLETTER: My thoughts on the GOP forum → You must log in to post a comment.