Additional Charges For Jailed Ripley County Man

November 8, 2013
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Kyle Graham was charged in connection to seperate alleged burglaries in Ripley County.

Police believe Graham is responsible for two burglaries in Ripley County.

A burglary investigation that began nearly two years ago resulted in additional charges for a man already incarcerated in the Ripley County Jail.

In January 2012, the Indiana State Police began investigating two separate burglaries that occurred in Ripley County. One on Cave Hill Road and the other on County Road 350E.

Police processed the crime scenes and forensic evidence was collected. After laboratory testing and analysis, authorities arrested a man they say is responsible for the burglaries.

25-year-old Kyle Graham of Versailles was charged with two felony counts of Burglary. Police served the warrant to Graham at the Ripley County Jail on Tuesday.

According to the Ripley County Sheriff’s Office, Graham has been lodged at the jail since Monday for suspicion of heroin possession.

 

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