Investigation continues into possible connection with area burglaries
By Joshua Shepherd
Thursday, October 3, 2013 at 9:58 am
A routine car search at the Hilltop Grill just after midnight Thursday morning found four young people in possession of a large amount of electronic equipment, some of which had been reported stolen a day earlier.
Cynthiana Assistant Police Chief Bill Denton was dispatched to investigate a suspicious-looking vehicle parked behind the Hilltop Grill. It was just after midnight and the restaurant was closed.
According to the arrest report, on approach to the vehicle Denton smelled a strong odor of burned marijuana coming from the vehicle.
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