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Three Arrests In Burglary Investigation

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Updated: 6/11/2012 11:06 am
The Kentucky State Police have made three arrests, including a brother and a sister, in connection with a burglary investigation in Muhlenberg County.

Kentucky State Police say they received a burglary complaint at Greenville Recyclers located at 2343 State Route 181 South, Greenville. 

Two radiators had been stolen from the recycling business on June 4.

Through the course of the investigation, police were able to determine that the stolen radiators had been sold to Cain’s Recycling in Belton, KY.

The following three people were arrested:

1) Amy Gary, age 31 of Drakesboro, KY. 
    Burglary 3rd Degree (class D Felony)

2) Barry Gary, age 35 of Drakesboro, KY.       
    Burglary 3rd Degree (class D Felony)

3) Dewayne Farber, age 31 of Drakesboro, KY.
    Receiving Stolen Property Under $500 (class A Misdemeanor)

All three were lodged in the Muhlenberg County Detention Center.  The stolen property was recovered and returned to its owner.

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