Graves Burglary Investigation Leads to Two Arrests
By Joe Jackson
LYNNVILLE, KY - Two people were arrested over the weekend in connection to a burglary in Graves County. Kentucky State Police received a call of a burglary in progress at a home on Swan Road in Lynnville Saturday night.
Troopers responded to the scene and learned that the suspect, 49-year-old Fredrick G. Glover of Sedalia, had fled prior to their arrival. Through their investigation police learned that Glover had entered the home possibly armed with a handgun and that a second person, 31-year-old Melissa Sanderson of Sedalia was in a vehicle in the driveway waiting on Glover.
Troopers later found Sanderson and Glover at their Sedalia home. Troopers ordered Glover out of the home but he refused verbal orders and reached for a weapon. Troopers then deployed their tasers and took Glover into custody with no further incidents.
Glover was charged with burglary first degree, criminal mischief first degree, resisting arrest and possession of marijuana. Sanderson was arrested and charged with burglary first degree. Both subjects were lodged in the Graves County Jail.