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Commercial burglary suspect arrested
Published: September 23, 2014
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On Tuesday, September 23, 2014, JEREMIAH JOHNSON, a 22 year old resident of Fulton County was arrested by the Mountain Home Police Department and the Arkansas State Police following an investigation. The police department received reports of break-ins at a local construction supply business and stolen property. During the course of the investigation it was learned that JOHNSON entered the business during non-business hours on at least four different occasions dating back to the first week in July. JOHNSON used a vehicle belonging to the construction supply company on one occasion to remove property from the building.  

Another report included a local car wash that was broken into during this past June where the electric service was disconnected and a door forced open, and on other occasions the wash bay lights were shot out with a BB gun. JOHNSON was charged with the following: 

Commercial Burglary, Class ‘C’ Felony (4 Counts)

Breaking or Entering, Class ‘D’ Felony

Theft of Property, Class ‘A’ Misdemeanor

Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle, Class ‘A’ Misdemeanor

Criminal Mischief, Class ‘A’ Misdemeanor 

JOHNSON was incarcerated in the Baxter County Detention Center with bond set at $20,000.

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