BARDWELL, KY (KFVS) - A grand jury has heard the results of an burglary investigation in Carlisle County, Kentucky.
The Grand Jury Indicted Jewell “Outlaw” Wiley, 57, on charges of facilitation to burglary 3rd, facilitation to theft By unlawful taking over $500 but Under $10,000, possession of a controlled substance 1st offense methamphetamine, possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Wiley was taken into custody at a residence on Front Street in Bardwell without any incident.
He was taken to the Ballard County Jail on a $2500 bond.
The investigation began when equipment valued at $2,200 was taken from a building owned by the City of Bardwell, Kentucky.
A Bardwell man was taken into custody on Thursday, Jan. 10.
Jordan Jones, 30, admitted to entering the building and stealing the items, according to Sheriff William Gilbert.
According to the sheriff’s office, chain saws, nail guns, lineman’s tools, and electrical wiring was taken at the building at 100 block of Front Street on Jan. 7.
Evidence was found at a home on Front Street, which is Jones' residence.
Two of the stolen items that were recovered had been destroyed.
A Milwaukee M18 Force Logic Utility Crimper valued at $1780 had been burned in a fire and a Paslode 16 GA Stapler Kit valued at $424 had been thrown into a water filled creek behind the residence.
Jones told the sheriff’s office he didn’t know how those items had been damaged.
Jones was arrested for Burglary 3rd and Tampering with Physical Evidence. Jones was wanted out of Ballard County for a warrant charging him with Flagrant Non-Support.
He was taken to the Ballard County Jail on a $5000 bond for the Carlisle County Charges and a $1500 bond on the Flagrant Non-Support Warrant issued in Ballard County.
No other arrest are anticipated in this investigation.