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September 26, 2013

4 arrested following grand larceny in home near Claremore

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CLAREMORE —

Singer said investigators are still determining if the defendents in possession of the stolen vehicles, were in anyway connected with the arrestees in Claremore.
“We learned that the suspect watching the house had informed others that the young couple would be out of town. Because of the large amount of property that was stolen and the fact that the arrestees were narcotic addicts, it is safe to assume a drug debt of some kind was the reason behind the crime.”
Singer said he has come to know the victims fairly well throughout the investigation.
“These are good people who are college educated and just beginning to make a life for themselves. It’s disheartening to see this type of thing happen,” he said. 
Fox said he and his wife are doing “pretty well” considering everything that has happened. 
“We have received support from everyone. We feel that we are being looked after here in Claremore and want to compliment local law enforcement on a job well done,” said Fox. 
Loyd has been charged with grand larceny and falsified declaration of ownership, Fowler and Church were both charged with possession of controlled substance, possession of stolen property, second degree burglary and unlawful possession of paraphernalia. 
Green was charged with possession of controlled substance and stolen property, as well as second degree burglary, unlawful possession of paraphernalia and identity theft. 
Court dates have been set for Oct. 7 at the Rogers County Courthouse.

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