(KMOV)-- The arrest of two men in St. Charles County for crimes including manufacturing methamphetamine led to the arrest of a Potosi man connected to two church robberies and a home invasion.
Detectives arrested Aaron Aubuchon, 23, and Cody Aubuchon,19, at the 3400 block of Ipswich Drive on Tuesday, during an investigation of stolen meth making materials from a St. Charles business.
Detectives discovered the two men actively manufacturing methamphetamine.
During the investigation authorities also discovered what they believed to be stolen stereo equipment and other electronics. The suspects admitted the equipment was stolen during a home invasion in Potosi.
This information was relayed to detectives in Washington County, who confirmed they were investigating two church burglaries and a violent home invasion of an elderly man’s residence.
Police also confirmed the electronics found in the Aubuchon's home were the stolen goods from Washington County, which led to the arrest of Christopher Gillenwater of Potosi in connection with the burglaries and home invasion.
Gillenwater is being held on an $80,000 bond on charges of burglary, armed criminal action, assault, and felony stealing.
Aaron Francis Aubuchon is being held in on $100,000 bond. He has previous charges of theft of a firearm, possessing burglary tools, and felony stealing.
Cody Adam Aubuchon is being held on $100,000 bond. He has previous charges of two counts of child molestation.
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