Ewing Man Charged In Connection To Stolen Hunting Dogs And Firearms In Three Counties

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 10/09/2013 12:09 am
State Police said Jeremy Earlywine, 22, of Ewing, was charged with receiving stolen property in in Bath, Fleming and Robertson Counties.

Investigators said they were called October 5th in connection to a burglary on Ewing Road in Fleming County.

Fleming County Sheriff's Deputies said they had been working similar burglaries in the same area over the past month.

State Police said the joint investigation led them to Earlywine.

Investigators said he's charged in connection with the theft of hunting dogs, firearms and hunting supplies from the Ewing area.

State Police said additional charges were pending.

Earlywine was lodged in the Mason County Detention Center.
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