Friday, April 05, 2013

Bear Arrest
Sullivan County Sheriff deputies were forced to use a K9 to apprehend burglary suspect Thursday evening in the Bloomingdale area. A man was observed breaking into a pickup truck. Sullivan County Sheriff deputies were called because the man was thought to have a gun and remained in the area. 50-year-old Clayton Bear of Wilma Street was arrested after refusing numerous officer's orders. He was charged with attempted burglary, possession of prohibited weapons, he had a knife that looked like a gun, as well as public intoxication and resisting arrest. Bear had to be treated for dog bite wounds in the upper leg area. (CS)

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