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News : Teens In Custody For Burglary At Galt
Posted by Randy on 2014/1/21 4:28:17 (1292 reads) News by the same author

Two 19 year old boys are in custody at Trenton and face charges related to a burglary at a residence in Galt.
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Nicholas Pipes of Laredo is charged with first degree burglary, allegedly having a deadly weapon in his possession when he entered 108 North Main in Galt between December 7th and January 14th. Dakota Wayne Dalton of Humphreys faces charges of second degree burglary in connection with a January 11th or 12th incident at the same location. The house is owned by Karen Willis. Both boys are accused of burglary for the alleged purpose of stealing.

Bond for Pipes is 25 thousand dollars cash. Bond for Dalton is 20 thousand dollars cash. Both are held in the Grundy county detention center pending January 28th court appearances.

22 year old Travis Fox, whose formerly of Mt. Pleasant and Des Moines, Iowa, is being returned to Grundy county on a failure to appear in court warrant on charges of felony stealing. Fox was arrested today at Mount Pleasant. Bond is 15 thousand dollars pending his appearance February 13th in Division one of circuit court. Fox is accused of appropriating number tools in June 2011, valued over 500 dollars, that was property of the Green Hills community action agency at Trenton.

45 year old Alicia Grimes of Trenton was arrested on a failure to appear warrant when she missed a pre-trial conference January 7th. She's charged with domestic assault and attempted physical injury to a household member February 6th of last year. Bond is 15 thousand dollars cash pending an appearance in Division One of circuit court.

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