The Logan County Sheriff’s Department made three arrests this week after a series of thefts occurred earlier this month in the Adairville area.
The ring of thieves got started on July 1. The next morning, deputies from the Sheriff’s Department were called out to several thefts, which included a break-in at the Dot store, a stolen four-wheeler from a residence in the Dot community and a break-in at the Keysburg community store.
After following leads from witnesses, deputies arrest a pair of teenagers in connection with those crimes. They were 16 and 17 years old, so their names will not be released since they are still considered minors.
However, a 21-year-old, Derrick Pulley of Adairville, was also arrested for his role in stealing a truck from Robey Farms in south Logan County along with one of the other juveniles.
The two minors were transported to Bowling Green and lodged in the Warren County Juvenile Detention Center while Pulley was lodged in the Logan County Detention Center.
The investigation was a joint effort between deputies Kyle Harvey, Laura Hadden, Jim Ray and sheriff Wallace Whittaker.