Two Arrested Following Car Break-Ins In Lexington

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 3/15 3:37 pm
Lexington Police said two people were arrested, including a juvenile, following a series of car break-ins Saturday morning.

Investigators said around 6:30 a.m., officers responded to Bluebird Lane and found two people suspected of breaking-in to vehicles.

Police said they found a set of car speakers and other stolen items.

Investigators said it appeared 3-to-4 vehicles were broken-in to on the street.

Police said Teddy C. Hendren, 21, was arrested and charged with Receiving Stolen Property (felony), Possession of Burglar's Tools and Unlawful Transaction with a Minor.

Police said the second suspect who was arrested was a juvenile, so his name wasn't released.
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