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ACSO: Adair woman arrested in burglary of Columbia home

On 12-26-21 Chief Deputy Brandon Hitch responded to a residence off of Pine Lake Drive to a reported break in.

A resident came home and found that someone was in the residence. Deputy Hitch made contact with the female in the basement of the home.

Several bags were located with belongings of the house packed in them and Christmas Presents had been opened as well.



Meagan Shuck, age 27, of Columbia, was taken into custody by Deputy Hitch and lodged in the Adair County Regional Jail on charges of:

1- burglary 2nd degree

2- criminal mischief 3rd degree

3- theft by unlawful taking

4- outstanding warrant of arrest from Casey County

5- ky parole violation warrant of arrest

Chief Deputy Hitch was assisted by CPD Ofc Josh Durbin.


This story was posted on 2021-12-27 19:05:42
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