Woman charged in church break-ins allowed to go to church

A judge lowered the bond of one of the three people accused in a string of church break-ins.

The Pulaski County judge reduced Kimberly Flynn's bond to $50,000 with conditions. She would have to wear an ankle bracelet and stay under house arrest. The judge said she would be allowed to attend a regularly scheduled worship services.

Police say Flynn and two others, Kyle Norling and John Lykins, stole items from three Pulaski County churches. Investigators think the group could be linked to other break-ins as well.

In court Thursday the judge continued Norling's and Lykins' hearings until September 27.


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