Eight month theft related investigation results in five arrested

Eight month theft related investigation results in five arrested

Mark A. Foley, 52, from Palmyra, In., was arrested for one count of Receiving Stolen Property, D Felony, and incarcerated at the Harrison County Jail.

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WHAS11.com

Posted on April 15, 2014 at 1:42 PM

Updated Tuesday, Apr 15 at 1:42 PM

Louisville, Ky. (WHAS11) - An investigation that started in August of 2013 in rural Washington County as a burglary and theft investigation has resulted in five arrests and is still continuing.

Warrants totaling approximately thirty felony charges were issued on February 28 of this year, for four individuals out of Washington County. The four individuals, James Cole, 44, Campbellsburg, In.; Robert C. Cole, 39, Salem, In.; Lowell T. Wilson, 48, of Palmyra, In. and Jeremy Henley, 30, from Palmyra, In., were all arrested an incarcerated at the Washington County Jail on theft related charges.

On April 7, Mark A. Foley, 52, from Palmyra, In., was arrested for one count of receiving stolen property and incarcerated at the Harrison County Jail.

The arrests stemmed from investigations of alleged possession of stolen property and alleged thefts of hand tools, power tools, trailers and an ATV-style vehicle from outbuildings and farm buildings in rural Washington County.

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