Jasper Police made three arrests Friday morning in connection to a break-in that was in progress at the Dubois Apartments on the city’s north side.

Police were called to the apartment complex just after 6 am and once they arrived they found 50-year-old Connie Kepley of New Salisbury and 24-year-old Amber Williams, who lived in a next door apartment in the apartment believed to have been burglarized.

The apartment that was broken into is occupied by Shelly Senninger who was not home at the time.  Kepley and Amber Williams were arrested for residential entry and burglary.

During the investigation, police learned more information that lead to the arrest of 28-year-old Jonathan Williams who also lived in the next door apartment.  He was booked on charges of residential entry and criminal mischief which stemmed from the damages to the apartment to gain entry.

All three are facing charges of class C felony Burglary and class D felony Residential Entry. Jonathan Williams was also charged with Criminal Mischief, a class A misdemeanor.  They were lodged in the Dubois County Security Center.