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10 Arrested In Daytime Burglaries

Authorities have arrested several teenagers in connection with a string of daytime burglaries in Garden City.

The Finney County Sheriff’s Office and the Kansas Bureau of Investigation, arrested 10 people Wednesday.

The burglaries cost the victims about $36,000. Among items stolen were electronics, jewelry and cash. Most of the 10 people arrested range in age from 15 through 18. A 39-year-old man was also arrested on drug charges.

Police say about $10,000 worth of stolen goods have been recovered, along with four vehicles police suspect were used in the burglaries.

Police say that in many cases, the suspects would knock on the front door, and when no one answered they would go to the back of the home to enter.

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Need2Read 05/18/2014 8:36 PM
I realize that there is a law protecting teens from being identified in criminal cases like this, but that needs to change. If more teens were identified in stories like this along with photos, more people would be aware of them. It is a shame that there wasnt somebody at home with a loaded weapon during some of these thefts. Maybe there would be a few less teens to break into homes. I realize that sounds heartless, but the small slaps on the wrists to these criminals is getting old.

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