On June 26th, rangers received a report of a car clout (auto break-in) which had taken place earlier that day at the Dennison Ferry day use area. The value of the property taken and the damage to the vehicle were together estimated at more than $9,000. Investigating ranger Zeb Whitaker identified two suspects, John Daniels and Kimberly Lawler. Whitaker obtained video surveillance tapes of the pair using an ATM card that was stolen from the clouted vehicle. On September 12th, rangers and officers from the Kentucky State Police, Barren-Edmonson County Drug Task Force, and Hart County Sheriff’s Office served a search warrant on Daniels’ and Lawler’s residence and vehicles. Numerous items taken during the June 26th car clout were recovered from the residence and from one of the vehicles. Four firearms, drug paraphernalia, and various controlled substances were also found in the residence, and ten marijuana plants were discovered growing in back of the house. Both Daniels and Lawler admitted to their involvement in the car clout. They were arrested on several state charges and are facing federal grand jury indictments related to the Dennison Ferry theft.