Glass beside a front door was broken to gain entry into the house off Jacks Creek Pike, Kentucky State Police said. The fire and burglary reported Monday was the sixth and latest of similar incidents reported in five Central Kentucky counties, state police said.
Glass beside a front door was broken to gain entry into the house off Jacks Creek Pike, Kentucky State Police said. The fire and burglary reported Monday was the sixth and latest of similar incidents reported in five Central Kentucky counties, state police said. Greg Kocher gkocher1@herald-leader.com
Glass beside a front door was broken to gain entry into the house off Jacks Creek Pike, Kentucky State Police said. The fire and burglary reported Monday was the sixth and latest of similar incidents reported in five Central Kentucky counties, state police said. Greg Kocher gkocher1@herald-leader.com

Madison County house is sixth in series of burglaries, arsons

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