A second burglary attempt has landed a Judsonia man in jail.
Johnny Ray Whaley, 34, was arrested and charged with residential burglary Monday after a resident on Dam Site Road in White County heard a disturbance in his home for a second time that day, a news release from the White County sheriff's office states.
In the first incident, which occurred about 2 p.m., the resident told officers he encountered an unknown individual inside his home. The intruder shot the resident using a bow and arrow, but the arrow did not have a tip and did not penetrate the man's skin, according to the release.
Following an altercation, the release states the resident ultimately sprayed the intruder with mace, and the individual then fled on foot.
That night, officers were called back to the residence when the victim reported hearing noises again in the same area of his home.
Officers then located and arrested Whaley, who they later determined had been with the first intruder, according to the release.
Whaley, who officers say is a parolee out on a $50,000 bond for another recent burglary in White County, is now being held on $150,000 bond in the White County jail. His court date set for May 7.
The release states that officers have also identified the first intruder and have formal charges pending against that person.