Four men and a juvenile arrested in connection to cabin break-ins

Four men and a juvenile were arrested in connection to two break-ins at a cabin located near Palmersville, Tennessee.

Weakley County sheriff deputies went to a cabin on School Road on Friday after receiving a call from a concern citizen.

They found a car belonging to one of the suspects at the cabin.

Around midnight, deputies found Trace Balkman in the woods behind the cabin.

Vehicles belonging to Joseph Martin and a juvenile were found at a church in Palmersville after one of the remaining suspects called 911 to report that he was lost.

Two other suspects, Cobey Hansel and Austin Sellers, were later found by deputies at a church on Blooming Grove Road.

They admitted to being in the cabin the night before and taking guns, knives, various ammunition, and tools.

Balkman, Hansel, Martin, and the juvenile were also charged with a break in at a different cabin between Swinging Limb Road and Jolley Springs Road.

That break in happened sometime between February 18 and February 23.

During the break in a gun, fishing tackle, a trolling motor, and various ammunition were taken.

The fishing tackle and a fishing pole were found behind the Dresden High School.

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