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3 suspects arrested during burglary investigation
Published: October 28, 2013



Recently, police arrested three suspects pursuant to a commercial burglary and theft of property investigation. The burglary and theft occurred on July 10, 2013 at Johnson the Jeweler. Investigators learned that some of the jewelry was sold as scrap in Springfield, Missouri and they continue to search for additional items of stolen jewelry.   

The Boone County Sheriff’s Office assisted with locating and interviewing Chambers. Brinkley was arrested during a “home visit” by the Arkansas Department of Community Punishment and assisted by police. 

The following charges were filed: 

Matthew Johnston (22) of Flippin was arrested on 10/23/13 for Commercial Burglary, class C felony and Theft of Property, class B felony 

Travis R. Chambers (19) of Harrison was arrested on 10/24/13 for Commercial Burglary, class C felony and Theft of Property, class B felony 

Antonio M. Brinkley (25) of Mountain Home was arrested on 10/22/13 for Theft by Receiving, class B felony, Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Deliver, class C felony, and Enhancement near certain Facilities 

The three suspects were incarcerated in the Baxter County Detention Facility with Johnston’s bond set at $50,000, Chamber’s bond set at $50,000, and Brinkley’s bond set at $25,000. 

Carry Manuel
Chief of Police

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