Arrest made in Seneca auto break-ins and thefts
The police in Seneca have made their first arrest in a series of auto break-ins and thefts that have plagued car owners since the Memorial Day weekend. The crimes have occurred on the south side of the railroad tracks. The police have announced the arrest of Kenneth Charles Goss of Seneca, accused in eight arrest warrants. And Chief John Covington says more suspects have been identified and will be charged. Covington says his department’s investigators have worked relentlessly to solve the crimes. You can help protect yourself against the crime of car break-ins by remembering to lock your vehicles and remove valuables.