A woman on probation and wanted for skipping court was arrested by Cumberland County sheriff's deputies who were investigating an attempted burglary complaint, according to reports.

Amanda Irene Gray, 36, 545 Randolph Rd., was taken into custody shortly after 8 p.m. at a residence on Woodland Court where she was reportedly found hiding underneath a bed, according to Deput Mitchell Ward's report.

She was served two probation violation warrants and an attachment from Cumberland County General Sessions Court for failure to appear. Her bond was set at $3,100.

Ward and Cpl. Sean Mullikin were dispatched to 5317 Peavine Rd. in response to a report of two women in a small black Chevrolet pickup truck attempting to gain entry to storage buildings.

Upon arrival on the scene, the deputies were contacted by an eyewitness who told the officers the two females had fled from the scene when he confronted them. Fairfield Glade Security Officer James White learned the two had stopped at the Bread Box on Peavine Rd. and a check of the store's surveillance film provided officers an identity of the pair.

The truck was located parked at a residence on nearby Woodland Court and deputies traveled to the residence and were given permission to search for the pair, leading to Gray's arrest on the unrelated charges.

Deputies discovered that locks to four storage units were destroyed at a loss of $300. It is not known if anything is missing and investigation is continuing.