Two Arrests In Frankfort Burglary Case

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Updated: 4/10/2012 11:14 am
Frankfort police have two men in custody following a recent burglary.

Police arrested John Thompson, 32; and Kevin Jones, 43, both of Frankfort.

According to investigators, a burglary occurred Sunday in the Riverbend subdivision. Responding officers noticed lights go out in the home as they arrived after receiving a tip. Police say they arrested two men identified as Thompson and Jones who were attempting to leave the home carrying property taken from the residence.

Police recovered stolen property valued in excess of $2,600.00, including firearms, a flat screen TV, a Play Station 3 video game system, a camera, and jewelry.

Thompson and Jones were taken to the Franklin County Regional Jail, charged with burglary.
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