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GUTHRIE, Okla. – While officers arrested a man who was suspected of stealing over $100,000 worth of equipment earlier this weeks, authorities say that arrest may have landed several others in custody.

Deputies with the Logan County Sheriff’s Office arrested 31-year-old Frederick Warner III for being in possession of a stolen John Deere Skid Steer, which had a GPS device attached to it.

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Officers also found several other items in Warner’s home that had been reported stolen over the past few weeks.

On Dec. 5, deputies were called to Warner’s home after a burglary alarm went off.

Authorities found several individuals at the home who were associated with Warner.

Officers arrested Ronald Snowden for obstruction of law enforcement officers.

Investigators also served a search warrant at Snowden’s home, which resulted in four people being taken into custody.

Authorities say they seized methamphetamine, precursor substances and other components associated with a meth lab.

Officials arrested 27-year-old Lacey White, 44-year-old Catherine Thacker, 24-year-old Scott Hayes and 28-year-old Keith Reifschneider.

They were all charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.