Sheriff’s deputy’s home robbed

One man was arrested and police were looking for another after a car and several rifles were stolen from the home of a Johnson County Sheriff’s Office commander.

The wife of Chief Deputy Randy Werden arrived at their Greenwood home at 12:15 p.m. Tuesday and found the garage door open, according to a police report.

She saw that the door from the garage into the kitchen had been kicked open and the house had been rummaged through, the police report said. She told police her husband’s Ford Fairlane car was missing; the glass in a gun case in the house was shattered; and several rifles had been taken.

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