Three Arrests In Nicholasville Burglary Investigation

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Updated: 6/29/2012 12:00 pm

Nicholasville Police have three people in custody in connection to some recent burglaries.  Police have charged Brian Beckley, 23; Jonathan “Kaine” Frazier, 18; and Jordan Nevels, 23.

On June 26th, police say they were looking for Beckley to serve an attempted burglary warrant on him in relation to a residential burglary on Beacon Hill in Nicholasville. 

While police were looking for him, an alert neighbor in Keene Crossing subdivision called police because she had seen someone take something out of her neighbor’s garage and drive away.  She gave a good description, and officers located the vehicle driving just a short distance away.

Police say Nevels was driving the vehicle, and Beckley was in the passenger seat.  Other patrol officers checked the residence in Keene Crossing, and found that the back door had been forced open.  Police say stolen items, including a gun, from the house were located in the vehicle with Nevels and Beckley.

Current charges are as follows:
    Beckley:
     Attempted Burglary (Beacon Hill Dr.)
     Burglary 1st (Keene Crossing Subdivision)
     Burglary 1st (Hickory Hill Drive)
     Burglary 2nd (Autumn Hills Subdivision)
•    Nevels:
     Burglary 1st (Keene Crossing)
•    Frazier:
     Burglary 2nd (Autumn Hills)


The investigation is ongoing, and police are reviewing evidence to possibly link these men to other burglaries in the city and county.


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