Larry Dewaine McGlothlin (mug shot SCSO)

A man from Crane is facing charges of receiving stolen property, tampering, possession of a controlled substance and three counts of burglary after authorities executed a search warrant at his residence on November 19th.

Stone County Sheriff's Sergeant Matt Maggard says authorities recovered a rifle that had been stolen during a burglary in Blue Eye in October and a unique railroad spike hammer and foam scoop that had been stolen from a casket factory in Crane earlier this month at Larry Dewaine McGlothlin's, 44, home when the warrant was executed.

Crane police chief John Elmore says that McGlothlin and Jess Willard Cypret, 35, also of Crane, broke into a garage at 302 N. Hemphill shortly before 11 p.m. on November 19th and "intentionally damaged" a 2000 Chevy pickup "by attempting to cut the catalytic converters from the vehicle" belonging to Melissa an Paul Swarer. The estimated cost of damage to the vehicle was $500, according to the probable cause statement. When McGlothlin was being booked into the Stone County jail authorities found an alleged meth pipe in his possession, according to Elmore.

It appears from online court records that Cyprett was released from the Stone County jail after posting $10,000 bond.

McGlothlin, is being held on $85,000 bond and is due back in court again next month.