Fingerprint technology used to nab accused Barren County burglar
GLASGOW, Ky.- Authorities in Barren County say fingerprint technology helped them arrest a man on Thursday, whose accused of burglarizing a residence last September.
According to the Barren County Sheriff’s Office, James Tyler Bray, 28, burglarized a home on September 17, 2018, on Talley Road and broke into a safe inside.
Authorities say they found three fingerprints on a file tray that had been removed from the safe and used the Automated Fingerprint Identification System to track down Bray.
According to an arrest citation, Bray denied being in the residence.
Bray is charged with second-degree burglary, theft by unlawful taking, and second-degree criminal mischief.
Bray is lodged in the Barren County Detention Center.