FRANKLIN COUNTY, Va. - Franklin County deputies have arrested a man accused of stealing a floor jack, CDs and other items in two break-ins.
28-year-old Henry resident Kevin James Pulley is charged with breaking and entering, grand larceny, and destruction of property.
On November 15, deputies responded to Providence Church Road in Henry for a report of a possible break-in and a suspicious vehicle. Deputies found the suspicious vehicle, which was unoccupied. After searching the area, they located Pulley on Pathfinder Drive.
While executing a search warrant for the vehicle, deputies found stolen jewelry, a floor jack, tools, and CDs. Deputies also found a stolen TV and jewelry at Pulley's house, according to the sheriff's office.
The sheriff's office has linked Pulley to another reported break-in that happened on Fork Mountain Road on November 14.
Other charges may be pending.
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