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Churches target of recent burglaries

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Three people remain jailed in connection with the break-ins

By Kate Darnell

Three Harrison County individuals are behind bars for their alleged connection in multiple church burglaries.

Laura Bailey, 18, and Kevin Northcutt, 20, were arrested around 3:45 a.m. last Thursday by Sheriff’s deputy Robert Peak on charges of third degree burglary.

Peak said he was called to Robinson Christian Church after a member noticed an unidentified vehicle in the parking lot on his way home from work.

“They took off running out the back door,” Peak said about the suspects upon his arrival.


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