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Woman burglarizes own mother's home
Investigator says Farless needed money to buy heroin
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A woman has been bound to the grand jury for helping burglarize her own mother’s home so she and a friend could buy heroin.The woman, Regina Lynn Farless, 29, was bound to the grand jury by Judge Bill Locke on charges of grand theft and aggravated burglary. Her alleged partner in crime, Joey Vincent Hutcherson, 24, faces the same charges plus narcotics counts. He will face hearing before Judge Locke on Dec. 3.According to arrest warrants against the pair, they went to the home of Farless’ mother in the Centertown area after Farless told her friend there was a safe there with money and prescription drugs.“They agreed to steal the safe,” said sheriff’s investigator Kevin Murphy.