Three suspects have been arrested in a burglary that occurred last week in Lonoke County.
The arrests occurred Sunday, after authorities received a tip about a Friday burglary on Rye Drive in Cabot. In that burglary, several firearms, two laptop computers, a generator and a 2004 Honda Rancher four-wheeler were taken, along with two hunting bows, the Lonoke County sheriff's office said in a statement.
At 7:30 p.m. Sunday, officers went to a home on Lisa Lane in Austin, where they found the firearms and hunting bows, the sheriff's office said. A search at a residence on Stringham Road in Higginson revealed the stolen generator, while another investigation into a house on Patty Road in Lonoke revealed the stolen Honda four-wheeler, according to the statement.
Authorities arrested Tabitha Rogers, 35, of Austin and Jonathan Presley, 25, of Cabot in the robberies and theft of property. An unidentified 17-year-old female was also taken into custody in Melbourne in the case.