A two day burglary investigation in Macon county led to the arrest of three people earlier this week.
The Macon County Sheriff's Department investigated a burglary in Bevier, Missouri last Friday, June 6.
Deputies collected evidence and witness statements which led to the arrest of 37-year-old Rodney S. Kiel, of Marceline, and 39-year-old Jessica D. Shoemaker, of Bevier.
The next day searches were were conducted of Jessica Shoemaker's home and the home of a third suspect Jonathan R. Boyd, of New Cambria.
Deputies found a combination of stolen property, controled substances and drug parphernalia in both homes.
Jonathan Boyd was also arrested.
Rodney Keil was arrested on charges of second degree burglary. He bonded out on a $9,000 cash only warrant.
Jessica Shoemaker was arrested on charges of second degree burglary, stealing, tresspassing, distribution of a controlled substance, unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, forgery and passing bad checks.
Shoemaker is in the Randolph County Jail on a $9,000 cash only warrant with additional charges pending.
Jonathan Boyd was arrested on charges of second degree burglary, distribution of a controlled substance and unlawful use of drug parphernalia.
Boyd is in the Macon County jail on a $54,000 cash only warrant.