Undersheriff Jack Phillips says it was good investigative work by sheriff's deputies that led to the arrests.
He also pointed out that an increased attention has been paid to break-ins following the Hefton double homicide in July.
In early July Thomas a Viola Hefton were killed in, what may have been, a random break-in.
Phillips says it was a way to both target that type of crime in hopes of making a break in the case... and a way to ease minds of Clinton County residents who may be fearful of another random break-in attack - like the Hefton case.
Both the break-ins and Hefton homicides are ongoing investigations.
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