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Burglary charges hold Topeka man
07/05/2019

John Michael King /Credit: Jackson Co Sheriff's Office

(KNZA)--A Topeka man is facing charges in connection with a Jackson County burglary investigation.

According to a news release issued by Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse, 59-year-old John Michael King was arrested Wednesday.

He was taken into custody on charges including aggravated burglary, stalking, and criminal trespass, with the crimes allegedly having occurred Wednesday morning, stemming from a domestic situation.

An additional burglary and criminal damage at the same residence Tuesday is also being investigated.

Additional charges are possible.

Following his arrest, King was booked into the Jackson County Jail.

His bond is set at $35,000.

 

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