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Since this morning the Indiana State Police have arrested the third suspect in the case. He is identified as 21 year old Kylan Stevens of Evansville. He turned himself in to the Posey County Jail were he is being held on bond and being charged with Burglary and theft.

Indiana State Police have launched a criminal investigation after a Poseyville homeowner had been burglarized in the early morning hours of Dec. 6th. The homeowner reported that a Suzuki four wheeler, a Yamaha 70cc dirt bike and a 12′ cargo trailer and numerous other items had been stolen.

The following day the Posey County Sheriff’s Department contacted Indiana State Police and informed investigating troopers that Evansville Police had located items matching several stolen items from the Posey County burglary at a residence in Evansville.

The Poseyville homeowner arrived and identified his property. The property was then released to the homeowner. The red Suzuki 50cc four-wheeler and white/pink Yamaha 70cc dirt bike was not recovered.

Further investigation revealed Steven Collins, 43, from Poseyville and Christopher Vallee, 42, and another male who remained at large from the Evansville area had stolen the property.

                   Photos Courtesy of ISP

After reviewing the investigation the Posey County Prosecutor’s Office issued felony warrants for burglary and theft for Collins, Vallee and the third suspect. Troopers arrested Collins without incident at his Evansville residence on December 16. Vallee was located and arrested yesterday January 2 at a residence in Evansville. Both men were taken to the Posey County Jail.

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