Three people from Great Bend were arrested on Saturday, Oct. 15, during a search warrant executed by the Barton County Sheriff’s Office in connection to burglaries that happened during the week of Oct. 10, Sheriff Brian Bellendir said.
Keaton Krom, age 24, was arrested for three counts of burglary, three counts of theft and one count of possession of stolen property. Julia Ellis, age 24, was arrested for one count of possession of stolen property and Rachael Quesenbury-Graves, age 37, was also arrested and booked on one count of possession of stolen property. As of Tuesday, Krom and Ellis remain in jail and Graves bonded out.
At about 1:40 p.m., BCSO deputies executed a search warrant in the 5900 block of Eisenhower Court in Great Bend, Bellendir said. “A substantial amount of stolen property was recovered including tools and equipment from recent burglaries.”
Later that afternoon officers executed a search warrant in the 1700 block of Harrison Street.
According to the sheriff, his office had received information from the public as to the whereabouts of property stolen in the series of burglaries.
The investigation is ongoing and further arrests are expected.