2 charged with burglary, church vandalism in Rutledge

2 charged with burglary, church vandalism in Rutledge

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Dylon Mitchell Coulter (source: Grainger County Sheriff's Office) Dylon Mitchell Coulter (source: Grainger County Sheriff's Office)
Dale Kendall Farmer (source: Grainger County Sheriff's Office) Dale Kendall Farmer (source: Grainger County Sheriff's Office)

RUTLEDGE (WATE) - Two Rutledge men face several charges after they were arrested Monday by Grainger County sheriff's deputies.

Dale Kendall Farmer, 19, and Dylon Mitchell Coulter, 20, are accused of burglarizing a Rutledge business and vandalizing a church.

Investigators say DNA and other evidence helped them identify the suspects in the burglary of Big Jays Market.

The pair are also accused of burglary and vandalism of Central Point Church in Rutledge.

Coulter is out of jail on a $23,000 bond and is charged with two counts of burglary and resisting arrest.

Farmer is out of jail on a $20,500 bond. His charges include burglary, vandalism and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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