Laclede County Sheriff Office investigators have recovered a stolen Kawasaki Mule taken from a residence in the 2000 block of Macon Drive in rural Laclede County, and have recovered several guns taken from a burglary in the 1900 block of Equestrian Drive.
Investigators from the Sheriff’s Office, assisted by detectives with the Ft. Worth, Texas Police Department and agents Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms, recovered several of the six guns taken in the burglary on Equestrian Drive. The guns were found in an apartment in Ft. Worth. A Lebanon man was arrested and charged in Texas for Possession of Stolen Property. The burglary occurred on in Laclede County on March 15, 2017. Dylan Offutt was arrested in Texas on March 22, 2017. Christopher Rodden, of Lebanon, has also been charged with Felony Stealing related to the Equestrian Drive burglary.
The investigation of the burglary led to the arrest of Tyler Owen, of Lebanon, regarding a stolen Kawasaki Mule which occurred on March 22, 2017. The Mule was recovered in Laclede County. Owen has been charged with 2nd Degree Burglary/ felony stealing in the Macon Drive burglary. The investigation continues, and other charges related to both burglaries and thefts are likely.