Graves County Man Charged with Two Burglaries
By West Kentucky Star Staff
GRAVES COUNTY, KY - A Graves County man was arrested
Wednesday on burglary and theft charges.
Graves County Sheriff Dewayne Redmon
says his office received calls about two burglaries that occurred
Tuesday night. Redmon said someone broke into Bob and Ann’s Market
in Sedalia and took an estimated $6000 in tobacco products and
several bags of dog food. Redmon said Skinny’s Used Cars on James Street in
Mayfield was also burglarized. A 2010 Chevrolet
Impala was taken along with other items.
Deputies began investigating the
burglaries and the stolen vehicle was spotted in Sedalia on KY 381.
A traffic stop was conducted on the vehicle, driven by 40-year-old
Karl Alexander of Farmington.
During a search of the vehicle, Redmon
said items from Bob and Ann’s Market were found, along with other
items from Skinny’s Used Cars. Alexander was arrested and led
police to a creek bed in Calloway County, where more stolen property
When deputies searched Alexander's room at the
Budget Inn in Mayfield, they found several cartons of tobacco
products, along with dog food and a small amount of cash.
Alexander was lodged in the Graves
County Jail and charged with two counts of 3rd
degree burglary and theft by unlawful taking.