Written by Roma Villavicencio, Posted: Thu, November 21 2013 at 11:18 PM, Updated: Fri, November 22 2013 at 12:58 AM
Back in 2011 a woman who lived in a central point home says she became victim to a burglary she and her family will never forget.
"Alan and his associates pretty much devastated my mothers retirement through their robberies and their actions. They took away about 250,000 dollars out of her estate which was the amount of money she needed for long term care."
Court document show Alan Leroy McVay, the man now charged with bombing the Jackson County District Attorney's Office stole 30 guns and other other things out of a garage on the property.
A woman who's mother lived there at the time did not want to show her face but says McVay didn't act alone.
"These are not nice people these are not people you'd want living next door to you."
Court documents back that up too. Showing McVay and a girlfriend, co-defendant Molly Jane Williams are charged with ten counts of first degree theft and burglary in a case that remains open. The alleged victim's daughter says bombing charges don't surprise her.
"They're well know to the law enforcement people in this area."
But we got another story Thursday from a woman who says she's known McVay for most of her life.
"I've heard of the trouble he's having I don't know anything for sure you know how that goes ...I don't believe anything I hear and I barely believe it when I see it," says Debra White.
As for the woman who say she has seen it, who says McVay ruined her mother's retirement, she had this to say:
"They should either do restitution or they should stay in prison or whatever tar them and tie them to a feather and tying them to a rail and run them out of town."
McVay also has a laundry list of criminal charges from 1989 and onward ranging from possession of meth, theft and burglary charges.
NBC5 News reporter Roma Villavicencio comes from Southern California where she reported for Garden Grove TV Channel 3.
She is a graduate of the journalism/communications program at Cal State Fullerton.
Roma is very proud of her Mexican heritage. She is bi-lingual and looks forward to serving our Hispanic community.
She loves food, music and the San Francisco Giants. She lives by the slogan “viva la vida!”