Jeff Bryan
Sue Livoti, left, a crime scene technician with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office, and Capt. Brian Dotton, supervisor for the MCSO Crime Suppression Unit, lay out more than two dozen weapons stolen during a months long crime spree police are dubbing the “pillowcase burglaries.” Two suspects in the burglaries, Darren Decker, 41, and Jessica Baker, 44, both of Ocala, shown in the background, are linked to a pair of homicides, including Tamara Bedenbaugh in northwest Ocala in January, and the other in Citrus County in late March.
Pillowcase burglars' links to murders probed

By Buster Thompson
Investigators from several agencies are still sifting through a cache of goods believed stolen by an Ocala couple suspected of burglarizing over 60 homes around central Florida.
Darren Decker, 41, and his 44-year-old wife Jessica Baker were arrested April 18 during a traffic stop in Marion County on an arrest warrant stemming from a burglary that happened that day in Sumter County.
They are being held without bond at the Sumter County Detention Center on charges of unarmed burglary and grand theft.