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BURGLARY DOORDUNMOR, Ky. (1/9/14) — Three people were charged about a week after an investigation into a burglary that occurred Monday, Dec. 23 on U.S. 431 in Dunmor.

Muhlenberg Deputy Brock Mefford discovered during his investigation that entry had been made through the rear door of the home. The resident reported that a flat screen TV and sound bar had been stolen.

As a result of the investigation, Mefford charged Amanda Kitchen, 29, of Lewisburg, Kacey Wilson, 27, of Dunmor and Dusty Sorrells, age unknown, of Central City, each with second-degree burglary.

Mefford was assisted by Logan County Deputy Kyler Harvey and Kentucky State Police Troopers Jacob Fortney and Jeff McWhorter.

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