Ritchie County Prosecuting Attorney Judith McCullough is "mortified and appalled" by her son's actions.
Nicholas Isner, 22, is accused of daytime burglary, a felony punishable by up to ten years in prison.
The young man allegedly broke into a Harrisville home on March 18, taking $7,500 worth of firearms and jewelry.
"I'm just happy all the property was given back to the people he robbed," said McCullough. "They're good people, I've known them forever and they didn't deserve it."
McCullough's son is currently staying with her. His preliminary hearing is set for April 11 at 9:15 in Ritchie County Magistrate Court.
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