Friday, July 12, 2013

St. John‘s Mill burglary
A burglary at the old St. John’s Mill building resulted in the arrest of two adults and one minor on several charges. Police report that the buildings owner was driving past when he saw an unfamiliar truck parked behind the building. When he investigated he found the three suspects carrying tools and old scrap metal from the building to the truck. The owner demanded the three put the stolen items back, which they did, he then called the police. 21-year-old Alvin Richardson, 19-year-old Brittany Nicole Kneaskern and an unidentified 16-year-old were all charged. Both Kneaskern and Richardson have a preliminary hearing set for this month. The 16-year-old is facing additional burglary charges to the same building (CC)

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