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Falls City man arrested on burglary, other charges

(KLZA)--A Falls City man has been arrested on a felony charge of burglary and misdemeanor charges of terroristic threats and disturbing the peace.

Early Monday morning, David McPherson is alleged to have entered a Falls City home in the 2200 block of Chase Street. The residents of the home, a man and a woman and two children were at home, and heard a noise.

McPherson left the home and the man living in the house confronted him. Falls City Assistant Police Chief Jamie Baker said McPherson then threatened the man with a knife and left the area.

A short time later, Falls City Police Officers found McPherson a short distance away from the  home and arrested him.

McPherson is in the Richardson County Jail.  



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