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Burglar Arrested After Being Held At Gunpoint By Homeowner

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TAYLOR COUNTY, Ky (LEX 18) - A man is charged with 2nd degree burglary after a late night home invasion in Campbellsville.

The Taylor County Sheriff's department said they responded to a home on Fairvew Road on reports of a home invasion just before 11 p.m. Friday night. Once they got there they found the suspect, 34-year-old Danny Berry, had been held at gunpoint by the home owner. And off-duty Campbellsville police officer was detaining the subject when deputies got to the scene. 

Deputies determined Berry and another person kicked in the door of the home. The other suspect was gone before deputies arrived. 

Berry was arrested and charged with 2nd degree burglary. He's currently in the Taylor County Detention Center.  

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