Three Arrested For String Of Car Break-Ins

Lexington police arrest three people they say are responsible for more than 100 car break-ins.

Cory Shanndon Richardson and Eric Michael Cornett are in the Fayette County Detention Center, facing several theft and burglary charges.

Police say Richardson and Cornett broke into several cars and homes in the Polo Club and Masterson Station areas.

A third person was also arrested and charged. his name was not released because he's a juvenile.


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  • by k Location: lex on Feb 4, 2008 at 09:28 AM
    some of you all need to have a heart.people mess up. doesnt mean they are always bad people.eople can change, and i know eric will.
  • by Wow Location: Richmond on Jan 30, 2008 at 04:22 PM
    Congratulations Lex police! This is the type of crime and bust that I DO, enjoy reading about.
  • by resident Location: pcb, lex on Jan 30, 2008 at 02:38 PM
    It's about time! I wonder what took so long to catch them? Those break-ins happened way back in the summer! I agree that these punks should have their names plastered all over the county! I don't care how old they are!
  • by Anne Location: Lex. on Jan 30, 2008 at 11:46 AM
    I had culinary class with eric cornett 2 years ago in high school! Surprised it took this long for him to be in jail!
  • by chris Location: lex on Jan 30, 2008 at 11:34 AM
    One of them lives in Masterson Station neighborhood. You can go see thier mugshots and prior criminal history on the jail website. http://jail.lfucg.com/services/offenders/ They arrested him at home. The other adult male just got out of jail January 2nd.
  • by Jeb Location: Lex on Jan 30, 2008 at 11:12 AM
    Ah yes, his name was not released because he is a juvenile. How many times have we heard that? Let's coddle and try to rehabilitate these young punks, but don't let anyone know that it might be your neighbor's kid who you might give a key to in order to watch your dog while you go on vacation. It's about time we start naming any juvenile involved in a crime. Some people would say that if we name them and they are found innocent, we would have already sullied their name. We do that with adults already, so what's the difference? We put them back in custody of their parents to make it better. There are two kids in my neighborhood (all under 18) who have been caught redhanded breaking in cars. Guess what? Their parents think they are being singled out and their kids are innocent. One parent even went as far as letting their son get his driver's license. Good, now at least he can drive to a different neighborhood to steal....RIGHT! Give me a break...name them all already!
  • by Chuck Location: Bluegrass on Jan 30, 2008 at 11:11 AM
    BRAVO!! Kudo's to the LPD!!
  • by SR Location: Lexington on Jan 30, 2008 at 08:46 AM
    Wonder where these punks live?

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