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Two Arrested For Organized Crime In Lexington

Reported by: Amanda Stevenson
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Updated: 6/18/2013 7:31 am
Two men were arrested in Lexington Monday, charged with the same crime...and the similarities don't end there.

Tyler Gadberry was arrested for burglary as well as engaging in organized crime.

Court documents say he's a suspect in several thefts from some Lexington pools. They also say he sold items for a group of suspects who stole electronics from Fayette Mall.

Police said Gadberry admitted to a burglary on Burnt Mill Road during an interview.

Jaleen Watson was also arrested for burglary and engaging in organized crime, as well as a charge of theft.

Court documents say he's a suspect in a case of stolen electronics from the Apple store at Fayette Mall. They also say he's a suspect in a home burglary.

Police said Watson admitted to being involved in a burglary at his mother's home, as well as stealing from Apple on multiple occasions.

In both cases, court documents say about ten other people were involved in the thefts.

Watson and Gadberry are scheduled to be arraigned Tuesday.
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