Teens charged in Graves County burglary, man arrested on gun and drug charges

Three teens are accused of breaking into a Dollar General store on U.S. 45 North in Mayfield, Kentucky.

Deputies in Graves County say they arrested the teens after responding to call of a burglar alarm early Tuesday morning. Deputies say the teens also admitted to breaking into a home nearby. 

After the interview, detectives were led to another home where they also arrested 35-year-old Carry West. They say they found a defaced semi-automatic handgun, methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia in his home. 

The sheriff’s office didn’t specify the exact connection between the two cases. 

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