Two men arrested in connection with multiple burglaries

By WKTV News

(WKTV) - The Madison County Sheriff's Office says it has arrested two men whom they say are linked to several burglaries.

Deputies say David M. Campbell, 28 and Kevin J. Miller, 22, both of Smithfield have been linked to two burglaries in the Town of Lincoln and one Smithfield burglary.

Deputies obtained a search warrant issued by the Town of Smithfield Court and entered the Rich Road residence Wednesday afternoon and recovered property allegedly stolen in area burglaries. Sheriff’s deputies allege that Campbell and Miller participated in the following burglaries:

July 30th, 2010 – Garage burglary in which two 500cc all terrain vehicles were reported stolen from a Cody Road, Town of Smithfield residence.

August 17th, 2010 – A private residence located on upper Lenox Avenue, Town of Lincoln. Assorted property, including firearms, was reported stolen.

August 17th, 2010 – Madison County Landfill, Buyea Road, Town of Lincoln. A small quantity of money and a ten ton “roll back” 1986 truck was reported stolen. The truck was recovered later that same date on a trail in a wooded area off the Swamp School Road in the Town of Smithfield.

As a result of yesterday's search warrant and follow-up, deputies and investigators have recovered several firearms, the two 500cc all terrain vehicles and other property allegedly reported stolen in the burglaries.

Both Campbell and Miller have been charged with three Class D Felony counts of Burglary in the Third Degree and one Count of Grand Larceny in the Third degree, all Class D felonies; Two counts of Grand Larceny in the Second Degree, class E felonies; one Count of Criminal Possession of a Weapon in the Fourth degree, a Class C felony and three counts of Petit Larceny, Class A Misdemeanors.

Campbell and Miller were arraigned on the charges before the Town of Lincoln Court and sent to the Madison County Public Safety Building Jail in lieu of $10,000 cash / $15,000 bond bail pending their re-appearance in court at a later date.

According to Sheriff Riley, the investigation is continuing.

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