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3 Charged in Talbot County Burglary Probe

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TALBOT COUNTY, Md-  Police have arrested three suspects in connection with a series of burglaries in Talbot County.

Deputies with the Talbot County Sheriff's Office said the arrests of Ryan Martin Grimm, 24, of Greensboro; Jonathan Ryan Cook, 19, of Secretary; and Stevonte Jarvon Hayes, of Cambridge, stemmed from an investigation into six break-ins that occurred across the county back in April.

According to deputies, Grimm was identified as a prime suspect after it was discovered that he had been selling a number of stolen items to precious metal dealers.

Photographs, transaction records, and other information reportedly led deputies to the two other suspects.

The same suspects also have ties to burglaries in Dorchester and Caroline counties, deputies said.

Deputies said that during the investigation they recovered numerous stolen items, including family heirlooms. They said the items are worth thousands of dollars, and will be returned to their rightful owners.

The three suspects were charged with a number of felonies including theft, burglary, and conspiracy to commit burglary.

Hayes was released after posting a $20,000 bond. Grimm is being held on a $283,000 bond, and Cook is being held on a $75,000 bond.

 
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