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Sheriff's office reports arrest in stolen property receipt case

Adair County Deputy Sheriff Tommy D. Corbin has arrested a Columbia, KY man alleged to have received stolen property over $300 in connection with a burglary that occurred on Greensburg Road.

All the stolen property was recovered, Corbin said.

Deputy Sheriff Corbin arrested Billy D. Stotts, 470 Pelly Lane, Columbia, KY.

Stotts is alleged to have received stolen property taken in a burglary at 2761 Greensburg Road, Columbia, KY from property owned by Ricky Rodgers.
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