Additional details released in burglary of 7th Heaven Convenience Store

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Additional details have been released in the arrest warrant issued to a Milan resident accusing him of burglary, stealing, and property damage last week at the 7th Heaven Convenience Store 1419 East 9th Street in Trenton.

Nineteen-year-old Keone Edwards Stanton of 503 East 4th Street in Milan is in Grundy County custody in lieu of $30,000 cash bond. His court appearance has been rescheduled to May 12th in the Associate Division of the circuit court.

In one of the property damage counts, Stanton is accused of breaking the glass in a door to gain entry with damages exceeding $750. In a second count of property damage, Stanton is accused of damaging an ATM machine by trying to break into it. That damage is said to more than $750.

In the count involving second-degree burglary, Stanton is accused of unlawfully entering and remaining inside the building for the alleged purpose of stealing. For the stealing count allegedly involving over $25,000 in value, Stanton is accused of appropriating currency, lottery tickets, and many other items of merchandise.

The incidents allegedly occurred early Friday morning, March 27th with Trenton Police leading the investigation. Charges were filed in circuit court late that afternoon.