3 arrested for burglaries in the Great Bend

Rachael Quesenburg-Graves, Keaton Krom, and Julia Ellis (Courtesy: Barton County Sheriff's Department)
Rachael Quesenburg-Graves, Keaton Krom, and Julia Ellis (Courtesy: Barton County Sheriff's Department)

GREAT BEND, Kan. (KSNW) – Three people were arrested in a series of burglaries last week in Great Bend. On Saturday, the Barton County Sheriff’s Department executed search warrants after receiving information about stolen property.

The warrants were executed in the 5900 block of Eisenhower Court and the 1700 block of Harrison Street. A substantial amount of stolen property was recovered including tools and equipment from the burglaries.

Three suspects were arrested in connection with the burglaries. Keaton Krom, 24, of Great Bend was arrested for three counts of burglary, three counts of theft, and one count of possession of stolen property. Julia Ellis, 24, of Great Bend was arrested for one count of possession of stolen property. Rachael Quesenbury-Graves, 37, of Great Bend was also arrested and booked on one count of possession of stolen property.

The investigation is ongoing and further arrests are expected.