Sheriff: Somerset Man Connected To Multiple Burglaries

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Updated: 4/10/2013 11:46 am
A burglary investigation has landed a man in jail in Pulaski County.

The Sheriff's Office says on January 23rd someone forced a door open at a home on Parkers Mill Road and took a part of a knife collection, but ran away after setting off the burglar alarm.

They say three days later the same person forced open a door at a home on Highway 471, but was confronted by a neighbor and ran away without taking anything.

The Pulaski County Grand Jury returned an indictment charging 42-year-old James Lopez with both crimes.

He's in jail on a $30,000 bond.

The Sheriff's Office says they're still trying to determine whether or not Lopez has been involved in other burglaries.
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