TWO JUVENILES BURNING PROPERTY IN WARREN COUNTY PDF Print
Thursday, 27 September 2012 09:56

The Warren County Sheriff’s Office has been investigating a three day crime spree, spanning from September 24th-27th, involving property being burned in the areas on Old Greenhill road, Carter Lane, and Hunts Lane. Property that was being burned  during the spree included: mailboxes, trash cans, and hay bales. Warren County Volunteer Fire Departments responded on 5 different occasions over the three day span. A white Chevrolet S-10 pickup was seen in the areas on several different occasions. During the early morning hours on September 27th, Deputies located and identified the vehicle involved and the suspects, two 17-year-old juveniles. Through the investigation, it was determined there were several more incidents that law enforcement was not made aware of. The investigation is still ongoing. If anyone has sustained similar damage in the area, please contact the Warren County Sheriff’s Office at (270) 842-1633 and leave information for Deputy Jason Richerson.

 

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