Two more arrested in Graves County theft ring

Seven people now face charges in connection to last week’s theft ring investigation in Graves County.

The theft ring resulted in five arrests over the weekend, and two more people were arrested on Friday. 

Deputies say they arrested 25-year-old Keifer Clymer of Farmington and 44-year-old Chris Crider of the Pryorsburg community Friday. Clymer was charged with three counts of receiving stolen property over $10,000 and one count of receiving stolen property under $500. Crider was charged with receiving stolen property over $10,000.

The two are accused of trying to sell a stolen John Deere Gator to 43-year-old Danny Kirby. A warrant has been issued for Kirby.   

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