Bartholomew County Sheriff’s deputies arrested three people after investigating a burglary and a reported suspicious vehicle in the 1800 block of West Tellman Road.
Deputy Matt Bush was sent to the location about the vehicle at 7:24 p.m. Wednesday where he saw a black Chevrolet passenger car in the roadway in front of a residence, deputies said.
The vehicle had its flashers on and a female identified as Kelly Parker, 32, 10025 Lucy Drive, was inside, deputies said. Parker told the deputy the car was out of gas. Bush saw that the front door of a nearby residence was broken and open, deputies said. Bush called inside the residence to identify himself and a man identified as Garry Robinson, 31, Elizabethtown, came out with a can of butane in his hand, but dropped the can on command. Although Parker had said she was alone, Bush told the deputy he was with Parker, deputies said.
During a search, Bush found a female, identified as Rachel Robinson, 37, Scipio, hiding behind a door, deputies said. Several items that had been taken from the residence were found on Garry Robinson and Rachel Robinson, deputies said. K9 Diesel alerted to narcotics in the Chevrolet, where a glass pipe, commonly used to smoke methamphetamine, was found, deputies said.
Rachel Robinson also had marijuana, hydrocodone and drug-related paraphernalia on her person, deputies said.
Rachel Robinson was arrested on preliminary charges of possession of paraphernalia, possession of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance, residential entry, theft, criminal trespass and burglary, deputies said. She is being held in the Bartholomew County Jail in lieu of $43,400 bond. Garry Robinson was arrested on preliminary charges of burglary, theft and criminal trespass and is being held in the Bartholomew County Jail in lieu of $32,500 bond, jail officials said. Parker was arrested on a preliminary charge of possession of paraphernalia and is being held at the jail in lieu of $2,500 bond, jail officials said.
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