An investigation into a series of burglaries and thefts in the Crocker area over the past month has led to the arrest of three individuals from the Pulaski County area.
The incidents began last month when numerous homeowners from the Crocker area experienced crimes of theft or vandalism to their homes and property.
The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department began an investigation into the matter and has since arrested three suspects after evidence developed implicating their involvement.
James R. Sherrell, of Dixon, was charged with second degree Burglary and is currently in the Pulaski County Jail with a $100,00 cash-only bond.
Nicholas Howe, of Dixon, and Star’Lynn Gann, also of Dixon, were both charged with tampering in the first degree and given a $10,000 bond each.
Jason Guehrer,of Crocker, and Brian Pigott, of Crocker also, have been issued Criminal Summons for the charge of receiving stolen property.
Pulaski County detectives will continue their investigation into these crimes, and are expecting additional arrest warrants to be issued this week regarding the Crocker incidents.