Police: Arrest in Fleming County could help solve string of burglaries

FLEMING COUNTY, Ky. (WKYT) - Police think an arrest could help solve a string of burglaries in central Kentucky.

Kentucky State Police have charged 22-year-old Jeremy Earlywine with receiving stolen property.

Police say with this arrest, they were able to recover multiple stolen firearms, along with hunting supplies and hunting dogs that were taken during burglaries in the Ewing area of Fleming County.

Police say Earlywine also faces charges in Robertson and Bath Counties, and more charges are pending in the case.

Anyone with information about burglaries in the area is asked to call Kentucky State Police at 606-784-4127.

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