Police make arrest in burglaries

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Other suspects still sought.



Campbellsville Police are continuing an investigation into a suspected burglary ring and made an arrest in the case on Thursday. Several other persons of interest have been identified and are being sought.

On July 6, police officers began an investigation into a residential burglary at 80 Boca Noir Circle in Campbellsville.

According to a police news release, evidence gathered at the scene and other information has suggested the burglary and subsequent thefts might be the work of multiple people operating in a wide geographic area.

The investigation has suggested, according to the report, that the group might be responsible for thefts and burglaries in the Lexington and south central areas in Kentucky and in the Crossville, Tenn. area. The perpetrators were identified during the investigation.

On Thursday, officers identified one of those suspected to be involved as Jennifer Carol Bennett, 38, of 110 Aubrey Lane in Campbellsville. Officers arrested Bennett and charged her with first-degree burglary. She was lodged at the Taylor County Detention Center.

Campbellsville Police are also searching for four other persons of interest in the case. They are:

• Brittany Annadawn Rednour, 25, a black female who is believed to be in the Campbellsville or Lebanon area.

• Steven Darrell Garrett, 41, a white male of Crossville, Tenn.

• Tammy Garrett, a white female.

• An unidentified white female who is 5'2" tall, has black hair and is heavy set. The woman was possibly driving a 1998 Ford white extended cab truck with Tennessee license plate 334 BQN.

Anyone with information should call the Campbellsville Police Department at (270) 465-4122 and ask to speak with Capt. Patricia Thompson, the investigating officer or Campbellsville Police Officer Daniel Forbis.

Those who wish to remain anonymous can call the tip line at (270) 469-PRIDE.