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Call of suspicious vehicle leads to burglary, drug arrests in Graves Co.

GRAVES COUNTY, KY (KFVS) -

Police arrested two men after a call of a suspicious vehicle led to a drug bust Sunday afternoon.

Graves County Sheriff's deputies were called to the area of Old Dublin Road for a call of a suspicious vehicle.

The caller reported that two white males were knocking on doors of several houses in the area.

Deputies found two men in the suspect vehicle. They found methamphetamine and marijuana in the vehicle they were driving and also several items in the vehicle that were believed to be stolen

It was occupied by Stevie Harpole, 34, and Jason Garber, 39, both of Mayfield.

After speaking to several of the residents on Old Dublin Road, witnesses said they saw the pair enter a house that did not belong to them and then leave. Other residents told deputies the men were on their property and properties where no one was at home.

Deputies also located a house where a storm window had been taken from one of the houses. The storm window was found inside the vehicle they were driving.

Both suspects were taken to the Graves County Jail.Jason Garber is charged with burglary 2nd degree, two counts of criminal trespass 2nd degree, criminal mischief 3rd degree, possession of controlled substance 1st degree, possession of marijuana, and promoting contraband 2nd degree. 

After Garber was taken into the jail facility, a bag of marijuana was found on him.

Stevie Harpole is charged with burglary 2nd degree, two counts of criminal trespass 2nd degree, criminal mischief 3rd degree and possession of controlled substance 1st degree.

The sheriff believes the areas where the suspect focused on Sunday afternoon were Bel-Aire Drive, South Sutton Lane and Old Dublin Road from West Broadway to the 1900 block.

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