The three men arrested in July for a break-in at a home on the property of an Elkton salvage yard have been indicted on burglary charges.
The Todd County Grand Jury on Friday indicted 26-year old Christopher Kolinski, 23-year old Dennis Dinwiddie and 20-year old Robert Perry—all of Clarksville—on second-degree burglary charges.
Kolinski was also indicted for burglary in the third-degree and with being a persistent felony offender—meaning it’s at least the third felony he’s been charged with in the last 10 years.
The grand jury indicted 29-year old Christopher Farmer of Guthrie for cultivating marijuana and marijuana and drug paraphernalia possession.
Indictments for meth-related charges were returned against 38-year old Holly McClure of Elkton and 41-year old Charles Hightower of Elkton.
Kelsie Bell and Dani Parker were indicted for felony theft and Jeffrey Fuqua for second-degree assault.
Indictments for bail jumping were returned against Michael Dunn and William Bourland and William Mosley was indicted for being a felon in possession of a firearm and for being a persistent felony offender.