HOPKINSVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Four Hopkinsville firefighters are free on bond after a grand jury charged them with third-degree burglary.
The four men were investigated after someone reported seeing several men on May 15th removing fixtures from a house scheduled to be destroyed as part of a flood buyout program. The items included doors, a bathroom vanity and a central air conditioning unit.
Thirty-five-year-old Scott Bullard, 41-year-old James Upton, 38-year-old Glenn Pepper and 30-year-old Jason Gluff were arrested on Friday and charged with burglary. Three of them - Bullard, Upton and Pepper - were also charged with unlawful taking of more than three-hundred dollars.
Firefighters had used the house to practice operations before it was demolished.
Fire Chief Fagan Pace declined to comment on the status of the firefighters who were indicted.
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