Rowsey questioned the men, identified as Curry and Truman, about the incidents, but both denied knowledge of the break-ins or seeing anyone in the neighborhood acting suspicious.
Detective Duane Fields searched the pawn shop database and found that Truman pawned a Ryobi saw Oct. 15 at Kanawha Fine Jewelry and Loan, which Bossie later identified as his stolen saw.
Fields went to the Stone Road home Monday and found Truman again. Truman at first denied any knowledge but told Fields about the thefts after the detective showed him the pawn slip.
Fields got permission from Truman's mother to search the home. Curry and Hall were found sleeping in the basement. They admitted to being involved, Fields said.
Curry later told detectives he'd sold a set of Callaway golf clubs with Ohio State head covers to Will Jewelry and Loan. The clubs were taken from an unlocked vehicle on Viola Road.
A search of the home turned up four GPS systems, a bottle of hydrocodone prescribed to one of the victims, a small brown purse containing another victim's identification and credit cards, a digital camera, a digital recorder, a 9-millimeter Sig Sauer handgun and a .45-caliber FMP handgun.
The three are being held at South Central Regional Jail on $10,000 bond each.
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