Burglary attempt at Henderson Family Pharmacy


On Sunday, Oct. 10, 2021, at approximately 2:42 a.m., officers were dispatched to Henderson Family Pharmacy located at 535 West Main Street, Henderson, in reference to an alarm call.
According to the police report, as officers pulled into the parking lot, they observed a white male standing by a silver Chevrolet Trailblazer. The vehicle reportedly had visible damage to the rear, with broken tail lights and glass on the back bumper and ground. Upon approach, the officers also noted Henderson Family Pharmacy’s double commercial doors were open and shattered.
After investigation, the subject was identified as 28-year-old Jordan Fesmire, of Jackson. He reportedly admitted to having backed into the doors, stating that once he had done that, he had changed his mind.
In addition to the damage to his vehicle and the pharmacy, officers found that the business’ breaker box had been tampered with, his vehicle contained tools which are known to be used in burglaries, and that Fesmire’s juvenile son was asleep in the vehicle.
The owner of Henderson Family Pharmacy, Mark Dearth, made the scene and could not locate any missing items. They later reported more than $7,500 in damage.
Fesmire is charged with vandalism, burglary, child abuse or neglect (nonviolent), manufacturing delivering selling of a controlled substance (alprazolam), driving under the influence of alcohol and/ or drugs (1st offense), and possession of burglary tools.