Frankfort Man Arrested In JVM Burglary Case

Suspect Found In Possession Of Stolen Property

A Frankfort man was arrested Friday, Dec. 21, in connection with the burglary of JVM Motorsports earlier this month.

Robert Moore

Herald Staff

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A Frankfort man has been arrested in connection with the robbery at JVM Motorsports.

Justin Hendershot, 22, of Frankfort has been charged with receiving stolen property-under $10,000, a class D felony.

On Friday, Dec. 21, police executed a search warrant where they recovered property listed as stolen from JVM on Dec. 9, including a 2018 Kawasaki valued at $3917.23 and a wench valued at $349.

Hendershot has two prior convictions for receiving stolen property and stealing from a vehicle, according to  the Frankfort State Journal. He was lodged at the Franklin County Detention Center. Hendershot was released Friday, according to the jail staff.

This case remains under investigation by Patrolman David Patterson of the Harrodsburg Police Department.

1 Comment

  1. Mary on December 26, 2018 at 2:28 pm

    Don’t you think that before posting this story, you as a publication should have thought about the implications?! Now Mr Hendershot’s accomplices will know what has transpired and dump the remaining property and go into hiding, therefore never getting this case solved completely with a conviction that will stick!!! Things that make u go hmmmmmmmmm?!

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