BOONEVILLE, Miss. (WTVA) -- Three men are behind bars in Prentiss County, facing multiple charges.
Authorities say Michael Paul Pounds, 33, of New Site, was arrested Saturday, September 8.
Pounds is charged with receiving, possessing, retaining or disposing of stolen property.
Investigators say the charges stem from the theft of a John Deere lawn mower stolen from Booneville, on Sunday, September 2.
The lawn mower was later recovered.
The investigation led to two other arrests on Tuesday, September 11.
William Todd Bryant, 46, of Booneville, is charged with receiving, possessing, retaining and disposing of stolen property and possession of meth, while in possession of a firearm.
Joseph Wolf Walters, 27, of Mantachie is charged with receiving, possessing, retaining and disposing of stolen property.
Bond for Pounds is set at $10,000, with a hold placed on him by the Mississippi Department of Corrections.
Bryant's bond is set at $10,000, and Walters has a $5,000 bond set but has a hold placed on him by the Mississippi Department of Corrections.
During the investigation, investigators executed search warrants at both Pounds and Bryant residences.
During the search of Bryant's residence, officers discovered a pull trailer had had been stolen the previous day from the Farmington Community in Alcorn County and a quantity of methamphetamine.