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Stanwood teen admits to break-ins at Eagles Membership

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Case being dealt with by probate courtroom

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The Mecosta County Sheriff’s Workplace started investigating two separate breaking and coming into incidents that occurred on the Stanwood Eagles Membership on Nov. 18 and Nov. 20. 

Picture courtesy of Mecosta County Sheriff’s Workplace

MECOSTA COUNTY — Authorities recognized one suspect this week in connection to a pair of November break-ins at an space nonprofit group.

The Mecosta County Sheriff’s Workplace started investigating two separate breaking and coming into incidents that occurred on the Stanwood Eagles Membership on Nov. 18 and Nov. 20. The suspect was caught on video surveillance sporting a masks over their face throughout each incidents.

Just lately, the sheriff’s workplace acquired further data relating to the suspect in each instances.

On Tuesday, the division introduced it recognized a 16-year-old Stanwood boy because the suspect, in line with a information launch from the sheriff’s workplace.


The boy was interviewed and subsequently confessed to each break-ins, the discharge states. Proof was additionally recovered from the teenager.

The criticism was forwarded to the Mecosta County Prosecutor’s Workplace. The case is at the moment being dealt with by means of Mecosta County Probate Courtroom.

The Pioneer usually doesn’t publish the names of juveniles accused of crimes except they’re charged as adults.

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