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Two men charged with stealing ATVs.

Andrew Lowery Source: Cleburne County Sheriff's Office Andrew Lowery Source: Cleburne County Sheriff's Office
George Dempsey source :Cleburne County Sheriff's Office George Dempsey source :Cleburne County Sheriff's Office

CLEBURNE COUNTY, AR (KAIT) - Two men are charged with stealing utility vehicles from the Greers Ferry area.  

George Dempsey, 40, of Greers Ferry and Andrew Lowery, 29, of Higden were arrested after the Cleburne County Sheriff's Office and the Greers Ferry Police Department recovered a reportedly stolen Kawasaki Mule and a golf cart.

According to police, other items that are believed to be stolen were also found but are still being investigated.

Dempsey and Lowery were charged with theft by receiving and are being held in the Cleburne County Detention Center.

Bond has been at $50,000 for each suspect. 

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