Two additional arrests are expected in connection with the March 8 burglaries on Old Lair Road as well as others.
Det. Paul Olin of the Harrison County Sheriff's Department said he can link six burglaries in Harrison County with at least three in Bourbon County, all of which occurred between Feb. 19 and March 8. The Harrison County burglaries were reported on Old Lair Road, Commonwealth Lane and Connersville Pike.
Olin said Tuesday that he anticipated arresting the two suspects as soon as warrants were prepared.
The pair will join Thomas Perysian, 25, who was arrested on March 8 after being shot by homeowner Kevin Landrum.
Landrum and his wife Debbie and their toddler son walked in on the burglary as it was allegedly in progress. Landrum chased the suspect and shot him in the forearm. He was treated and released from the University of Kentucky Medical Center.
Perysian appeared in Harrison District Court on Monday where he entered a not guilty plea to first degree burglary. He will be back in court March 24 for a preliminary hearing. He remains in the Grant County Detention Center under a $50,000 bond.
Olin said he has recovered property that was apparently stolen as far back as Feb. 19. Some of the property has been identified. However, he said he still has several pieces of electronics and jewelry that have not been linked to the current burglaries. A specific piece of jewelry is a 1944 Georgetown city school class ring.
Olin suggested that victims of recent burglaries should contact the Harrison County Sheriff's Office at 859-234-7135 for possible identification of some of the property.
Olin said he is working with the Kentucky State Police and the Bourbon County Sheriff's Department on other burglaries to see if they may be related.
Correction to last
All of the jewelry that belonged to Debbie's mother, who is deceased, was stolen from the home. Her father, Eugene Carman, lives in Calhoun, Ky.