LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A man already behind bars charged with burglaries stretching from Oldham County to Louisville Metro is now connected to more break-ins.
David McGuffin was arrested and charged with receiving stolen property over $10,000 earlier in January, along with Jennifer Cheatham, after police acted on a tip and went to his home.
McGuffin, Cheatham and Cheatham's cousin Brandon Cheatham, who is still at large, are connected to a burglary of lawn equipment from North Oldham High School and several home break-ins across the Metro.
According to a new police report, McGuffin, is now charged with six additional counts of burglary.
LMPD meets with neighbors after more than a dozen burglaries in the HighlandsPolice believe Highlands burglar is fake cop$20K+ worth of equipment stolen from high schoolMan charged in high school theft
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