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Two Caught in Watauga Break-in PDF Print
Written by Steve Frank   
Monday, 18 July 2011 09:06

Two arrests have come as Watauga Sheriff’s Office Deputies responded to a breaking and entering in progress at a home across from the Bamboo Kangaroo convenience store and car wash Sunday night. Sheriff Len Hagaman said that neighbors spotted the suspicious activity

and called in the possible break-in, and that upon arrival, two Hispanic males were observed at the scene by deputies.  A call was made to the owner of the house to verify that the two were not authorized to be at the property, and both were arrested, charged with breaking and entering and damage to real property. One of the males was charged with resisting an officer, as well and both were transported to the Watauga County Detention Center. The investigation is continuing and verification of the identity of the individuals is being verified through the SBI, FBI and Immigration Customs Enforcement, and more arrests may be forthcoming.


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