Two charged with weapons violations in Hickman County

Two Hickman County residents are facing firearms charges in Graves County.  Sheriff Dewayne Redmon tells Local 6 a McCracken County detective contacted the Graves County Investigations Unit about a burglary they were investigating and the possibility of one of the stolen firearms being pawned in Mayfield.

Detectives were lead to the Beulah community in Hickman County and to the home of Jesse Kantola, 35 and Tessa Cutrer, 29.

Both had outstanding arrest warrants in other counties and were arrested.  After interviewing them, Graves County deputies charged them with receiving stolen property and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.  They are in the Graves County Jail. 

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