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TWO ARRESTED IN CROSSVILLE FOR BURGLARY AT AUTO SALES BUSINESS

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Two individuals in Crossville face charges following a recent burglary of a business. Police responded to Tony’s Auto Sales on Old Mail Road where they discovered catalytic converters cut off and batteries taken from vehicles. Total value of the items taken was placed at just over $2,300. During the investigation, police arrested 30-year-old Joseph David Sadula and 28-year-old Brandon Kevin Stepp, both of Crossville, charging them each with burglary, theft of property and possession of burglary tools.

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