Three people were arrested in Guthrie, Oklahoma, on multiple complaints, including burglary and possession of drugs.
According to the Logan County Sheriff's office, on Saturday, deputies responded to a stolen property report at a home in the 11000 block of S. Pine in Guthrie. Authorities learned that a 26-28 foot travel trailer and numerous other items had been stolen from the property, which had recently been purchased by the owner in a probate sale.
When the deputies and the property owner arrived, authorities said three people were trespassing on the property. The three were identified as Joseph Dale Goble, Tabatha Lehr and Toni Lehr. Deputies said the suspects had apparently loaded at least one other piece of property into their vehicle and were preparing to leave.
The three were eventually arrested on numerous charges including burglary, receiving/concealing stolen property, possession of CDS, and arrest warrants.
This investigation also led deputies to a property located in the 2400 block of Summit Road in Guthrie, where the stolen 26-28 foot travel trailer was located. Also located at that property were a second trailer and numerous other items that belonged to the same victim.