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Burglaries in Neosho & Wilson Counties might be linked

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Investigators with the Neosho County Sheriff's Office, has been diligently investigating a group of burglaries in Neosho County that appear to possibly be linked to the recent Burglaries in Wilson County. Neosho County's Sheriff's Office Investigators and Investigators from Wilson County have been in touch with each other sharing possible leads.

On 4/27/15, Neosho County Sheriff's Office Investigators applied for and was granted a search warrant for the residence and vehicle located at 1425 S. Highland St. Chanute, Neosho County, KS. for the purpose of locating stolen property. An additional search warrant was granted for illegal drugs and explosives at the same location.

ATF agents from Wichita were called to collect explosive materials that were seized at the residence.

Arrested at the scene was Nicholas S. Davidson. 31 and Cortney Richards, 24. Both were arrested for possession of stolen property, possession explosives, possession of Methamphetamine, possession of Marijuana, possession of Drug paraphernalia. Both are currently being held without bond.

On 4/28/15 arrests were made on Connie Odom, 42 and Preston Kern, 25 for Possession of Methamphetamine from the same location. These two are being held currently on $5000 cast surety bond.

Sheriff's Investigators are still actively pursuing the case and more arrests are anticipated. Should anyone have information regarding any the recent burglaries or thefts, contact the Neosho County Sheriff's Office.

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