ABERDEEN, Miss. (WTVA) -- Three Amory residents face charges in a rash of burglaries in Monroe County.
Authorities charged Kala Denae Fowler, 22, Jonathon Blake Dean, 20, and Gregory B. Moore, 36, Thursday morning.
The break in the case came early Sunday morning when Nettleton police arrested Moore in the process of burglarizing a business in the city.
Police Chief Jackie Wimberley says officers took him into custoday around 3 a.m. at Kim's Place in downtown Nettleton.
Wimberley says Moore is charged burglary and larceny of a commercial building, burglary by attempted forced entry, possession of burglary tools, possession of marijuana, and resisting arrest.
Moore is currently being held in the Lee County jail on $22,000 bond.
In addition to those charges, Monroe County authorities have now charged Moore with one count of grand larceny and four counts of breaking and entering of a commercial building.
Fowler is charged with four counts of breaking and entering of a commercial building and Dean is charged with one count of grand larceny and one count of breaking and entering of a commercial building.
The investigation is continuing and authorities say more charges are expected.
Bonds on the Monroe County charges have not been set at this time.