A Graves County pair were arrested Monday on charges related to a burglary in Calloway County.

According to Calloway County Sheriff Nicky Knight, deputies responded to a residence on Navigator Drive at 4 a.m. Monday for a report of an overnight burglary. The sheriff’s office began an investigation into the theft of numerous items, including a service animal, from the residence.

Shortly thereafter, information was obtained which led the investigation to a Wingo residence. Deputies from the Calloway County Sheriff’s Office and the Graves County Sheriff’s Office located two individuals there in possession of the stolen property and believed to be directly involved in the burglary.

Deputies also found suspected methamphetamine.

Whitney L Reeves, 29, and Dustin S. Boles, 34, both of Wingo, were charged with Second Degree Burglary. Both were charged with First Degree Possession of a Controlled Substance (Methamphetamine) in Graves County.

Both were lodged in the Calloway County Jail and the stolen property was returned to the victim.