The Greenbrier County Sheriff’s Department announced via social media that they are on the lookout for two individuals.
Brandon Gregory Keeney, 33, of Frankford and Kip Aaron Sears, 32, of Lewisburg have both gone missing from their home confinement addresses.
“This time we are going to do a double feature on individuals who decided to make unapproved changes to their home confinement conditions,” the sheriff’s department wrote. “We have politely asked that they stop doing this, but these individuals obviously didn’t care. Both of these individuals now have active warrants for their arrest for the crime of fleeing.”
Keeney was originally charged with grand larceny, reckless fleeing from an officer, fleeing from an officer while driving under the influence of alcohol or controlled substance.
Keeney was indicted on several of these charges by the October Greenbrier County Grand Jury.
“Keeney may be in the company of his wife, Julie Oney,” the social post stated.
Sears was originally charged with possession of a firearm by a prohibited person and possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance (x3). Sears was also indicted on several charges by the October Greenbrier County Grand Jury.
The Greenbrier County Sheriff’s Department asks that if anyone knows the whereabouts of either individual to contact the Greenbrier County Home Confinement office at 304-647-1389, the sheriff’s office at 304-647-6634, the Greenbrier County 911 Center at 304-647-7911.
Information can also be sent through Crime Stoppers of West Virginia or by private message through the Greenbrier County Sheriff’s Department Facebook page.