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424 W. 7th Street
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Juvenile charged with burglary and theft
Published: January 21, 2011

Press Release 


At approximately 3 am, police were called to a residence on Cooper Street concerning a burglary and theft of property. Residents of the home were awakened by the barking of their house dog. One of the residents went to the living room to find the home had been entered by someone and the television was missing.

A short time later a patrol officer noticed a vehicle leaving a nearby church. The vehicle was stopped and the stolen television was located in the bed of the truck. A 17 year old male from Gassville was taken into custody. Officers then found the juvenile to be in possession of drug paraphernalia.

The juvenile was charged with the following offenses and then turned over to Baxter County Juvenile Services:

  • Residential Burglary; Class B felony
  • Theft of Property; Class A misdemeanor
  • Possession of an Instrument of a Crime; Class A misdemeanor
  • Driving on a Suspended Driver’s License

Additional charges are pending by the Baxter County Sheriff’s Office. 

Chief Carry Manuel

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