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Two juveniles cited for burglary, criminal mischief
11/16/2017

(KLZA)--The Falls City Police Department has issued citations for burglary and criminal mischief to a pair of juveniles.

Assistant Police Chief Jamie Baker tells MSCNEWS a burglary was reported on November 7 at the Masonic Lodge in the 1600 block of Stone Street. The investigation of the burglary led to the juveniles and the recovery of a pair of ceremonial swords.

Baker says an investigation into vandalism at Prichard Auditorium on November 1 resulted in the same two being issued citations for criminal mischief.  Fire extinguishers had been set off in the kitchen area of the building.

 

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