3 arrested in connection with burglaries
CATLETTSBURG, Ky. -- Two people were arrested Friday by Boyd County sheriff's deputies on a charge they burglarized a Boyd County home, and another person also was charged in the case with receiving stolen property. One person also was charged with the burglary of two rural churches, according to a news release from Sheriff Terry Keelin.
Aaron Stevens, 27, of Durbin Road, Catlettsburg, and Charles Mauk, 33, of Belmont Street, Ashland, were charged with burglary of the home. Stevens also faces two other burglary charges. Kara Williams, 26, of Durbin Road, Catlettsburg, was charged with receiving stolen property.
Stevens and Williams were arrested at U.S. 23 and Whites Creek at noon Friday while Mauk was arrested at his home about 3 p.m. Friday, according to the release.
Stevens and Mauk are charged with breaking into the home of Dale Pinkerton on Durbin Road earlier this week. Williams was charged with receiving property stolen in the burglary, according to the release. Money, tools and a firearm were recovered, according to the release.
Mauk reportedly pawned some of the tools at Tri-State Paul and Jewelry, according to the release.
Stevens also was charged with the burglary of the Durbin's Independent Baptist Church and the Cyrus Chapel Methodist Church between July 26 and July 28, according to the release. Guitars and other items were reported stolen.
All three were transported to the Boyd County Detention Center in Catlettsburg.