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Two children and one adult charged with side-to-side theft and off-road motorcycle

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Martin County Sheriff’s Office / Facebook

INEZ, Ky. (WTVQ) – Two children and an adult were arrested and charged Monday with the theft of a side-by-side bicycle and off-road motorcycle that were recovered in Martin County, according to a published article in the sheriff’s office. Facebook page.

The post said deputies were dispatched to file a complaint on Route 292 South that two people were side by side and one of them had a gun.

When the deputies arrived, they said a person had fled behind a house, according to the mail. They say the side-by-side was reported stolen in Johnson County. A Honda 250F off-road motorcycle with its ignition wires cut off was also found at the scene and investigators said they discovered it was reported stolen from the same house where the side-by-side vehicle was taken.

The message states that two minors and an adult have been arrested and charged. No name has been disclosed. The stolen vehicles have been returned to their rightful owners, according to the publication.


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