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CALERA, OK -- Two people accused of stealing more than a thousand dollars of copper and other metals around Bryan County are now behind bars.
36-year-old Brian McGaha and 27-year-old Mary Lackey are charged with grand larceny and possession of stolen property.
Calera Police say they found their vehicle loaded down with copper and other materials after responding to a domestic call near Wilson Street last night.
Officers say the metal was stolen from multiple homes and companies around Bryan County.
The two remain in the Bryan County Jail.