A 17-year-old juvenile was picked up Tuesday night near Grandview Subdivision on an old juvenile pick up order for contempt of court on previous charges. The juvenile is also considered a “person of interest” in the recent car breakins that have been reported in the Grandview area, said Cynthiana Police Chief Ray Johnson.
Johnson said there were four or five vehicle break-ins over the weekend.
The juvenile was taken into custody and will appear in juvenile court for a hearing on Thursday.
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