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Three arrested in Limestone County burglaries

LIMESTONE COUNTY, AL (WAFF) -

Three people were arrested and charged with two burglaries in Limestone County.

Limestone County Sheriff's said they were investigating two burglaries in which a various amount of jewelry was taken.

Deputies received a tip from a Rogersville pawn shop that Katherine Gibson had sold some of the jewelry to them and she was driving a white Dodge Ram truck.

Witnesses reported seeing the vehicle in the area of the burglaries the night of the incidents with two other suspects inside.

Lauderdale County Sheriff's deputies arrested Gibson and charged her with receiving stolen property second degree. She was later charged in Limestone County for burglary third degree.

18-year-old Dylan Deak of Killen and 24-year-old Christopher Poague of Rogersville were also arrested.

All three subjects are in the Limestone County Jail.

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