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ACSO: Arrests made after residential burglary in southern Adair

By Sheriff Josh Brockman
Adair County Sheriff's Office

On Thursday, December 2, 2021, the Adair County Sheriff's Office was dispatched to a break-in at a residence on Chestnut Grove Road in the Breeding Community.

Around 1amCT, Deputy Kenny Perkins, K-9 Deputy Chandler Staten, and Sheriff Josh Brockman initiated a traffic stop on the suspects of the break-in at the intersection of Jones Chapel Road and KY 61 South.

The suspects were taken into custody after the roadside investigation by Deputy Perkins.

Daniel Burton, 36, and Jessica Conover, 35, both of Columbia, were lodged in the Adair Regional Jail on charges of Burglary 2nd degree, possessor marijuana and theft by unlawful taking.

On Friday, December 3, 2021, Deputy Padgett and Sheriff Brockman recovered the remaining stolen items, which exceeded $1,500 in value, at a residence off Liberty Road. More charges are expected, with an additional arrest.

Deputy Kenny Perkins is continuing the investigation.

This story was posted on 2021-12-03 14:12:03
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