Father and son burglary team arrested by Jackson Co. authorities

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TOPEKA (WIBW) -- The Jackson County Sheriff's Office says a father and son burglary team were arrested Wednesday.

Authorities suspect them and a woman in a trio of residential burglaries.

Chad Gorrell, Sr., and his son Chad Gorrell, Jr., of Atchison were apprehended by the Jackson County Sheriff's Office.

Cassandra Hughes of Hiawatha was arrested Tuesday on charges of burglary and criminal damage.

Sheriff Tim Morse says a tip helped them find this gold Ford Mustang in Topeka. It was photographed in the area of two of the burglaries, and was reported stolen out of Saint Joseph.

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The Jackson County Sheriff's Office made one arrest and is looking for two other suspects in a trio of residential burglaries.

Cassandra Lynn Hughes of Hiawatha is being held on charges of burglary and criminal damage.

The Sheriff's Office believes Chad Gorrell, Sr., and his son Chad Gorrell, Jr., of Atchison also were involved. They consider the men armed and dangerous.

Sheriff Tim Morse says a tip helped them find a gold Ford Mustang in Topeka, it was photographed in the area of two of the burglaries, and was reported stolen out of Saint Joseph.

Anyone with information on where the Gorells might be, should call the Sheriff's Office at 364-2251.