Serving the third search warrant in as many days, deputies of the Faulkner County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday uncovered another cache of suspected stolen ATVs and motorcycles.

In the latest bust, FCSO recovered two ATVs, one zero-turn mower and eight sports motorcycles from a residence on Cedar Oaks Drive in Conway.

"The investigation just led us here," Lt. Matt Rice of FCSO said.

On Monday, FCSO and other agencies busted a suspected ATV "chop shop" on Fortson Road in Northwest Pulaski County, with two arrests made by Lonoke County authorities. 

On Tuesday FCSO personnel searched another property at an undisclosed Faulkner County location, finding another suspected "chop shop," more stolen ATVs and a suspected meth lab. This warrant also resulted in the arrest of three men and a juvenile, though FCSO personnel was still refusing to disclose the identities of the six who were arrested, saying that doing so may jeopardize the investigation.

Maj. Andy Shock of FCSO said Wednesday that the investigation wasn’t complete and that more arrests may be made.

(Staff writer Joe Lamb can be reached at 505-1238 or by E-mail at joe.lamb@thecabin.net. Send us your news at www.thecabin.net/submit.)