HENDERSONVILLE POLICE ARREST TWO FOR VEHICLE BREAK-INS

SURVEILLANCE VIDEO FOOTAGE HELPED IDENTIFY THE SUSPECTS  

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As part of an ongoing investigation into several reported vehicle breaking and entering as well as several fraudulent financial card incidents, the Hendersonville Police Department has taken two individuals into custody.

While investigating the reported offenses at businesses on the west side of Hendersonville, detectives were able to locate surveillance footage of the suspected offenders. Members of the police department’s Aggressive Criminal Enforcement (ACE) Team based upon previous investigations, identified the individuals. With the suspects identified, officers with the police department located the suspects immediately following another reported breaking and entering. Lindsay Chan Daniel and Phiffer Brandon Houch, both of Hendersonville, were taken into custody without incident following the most recent reported breaking and entering.

Phiffer and Houch have both been charged with breaking and entering of a motor vehicle and larceny, financial transaction card theft, financial transaction card fraud, identity theft, and numerous traffic offenses. Both are being held in the Henderson County Detention Center.

Detectives with the Hendersonville Police Department continue to follow up on investigative leads. The public is asked to contact the Hendersonville Police Department at (828)-697-3025 or Henderson County Crime Stoppers at (828)-697-STOP if they have information regarding these ongoing investigations.