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Trespassing call on Casey Creek Road leads to multiple arrests
Four of six individuals inside house were arrested on outstanding warrants and lodged in the Adair County Jail. Three individuals were from Casey County, one from Adair. Warrants were from Casey, Adair, and Russell Counties
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On Wednesday, May 10, 2017, a trespassing call on Casey Creek Road led to multiple arrests by the Adair County Sheriff's Office. At approximately 9:15pmCT, Adair County Sheriff's Deputies Brandon Hitch and Justin Cross responded to 675 Casey Creek Road on a trespassing complaint.
Upon arrival Hitch and Cross located several individuals inside the residence and requested other Law Enforcement units to respond. They attempted to make contact with the individuals but no one would answer the door. After a lengthy investigation it was determined that four of the six individuals inside the residence had active warrants for their arrest:
- 34 year old Kathryn Rhodes of Liberty was arrested on a Casey County warrant on drug chargesAll individuals were lodged in the Adair County Jail with bond not yet been set. Also assisting on scene was Sheriff Harrison Moss, Deputy Josh Durbin and KSP Troopers Clint Bale and Billy Begley.
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