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Three Arrested In Connection To 50 Burglaries
Written by Erin MacPherson
Last updated on January 31, 2014 @ 6:43PM
Created on January 31, 2014 @ 5:33PM

There have been a rash of burglaries over the past few months. Officers thought the crimes were just in Harrison County, but it turns out these alleged thieves were also in Lewis, Doddridge, and Barbour Counties.

24-year-old Nathan Manley, 21-year-old Emilee Farra, and 24-year-old Jonathan Martini were all arrested. They're charged with burglary, grand larceny, and conspiracy.

Manley and Martini are charged with eight counts of burglary, six counts of grand larceny, and eight counts of conspiracy. Farra is charged with 12 counts of burglary, six counts of grand larceny, and 12 counts of conspiracy.

Rocky Parsons was also arrested, but 5 News doesn't know if or how he's connected. He's behind bars right now on a probation violation.

Friday afternoon at a press conference, Sheriff Albert Marano said more than $50,000 worth of items were found. That includes all the things you see here like jewelry and guns.

"It became a marathon. It started about one o'clock Wednesday. These gentlemen probably worked 34 hours straight from that morning to the next day investigating these burglaries. We had upwards of 50 burglaries," said Sheriff Albert Marano, Harrison County Sheriff's Department. 

If you bought anything from these suspects you need to turn it in immediately.

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