<source id="3oodw" ><sup id="3oodw" ></sup></source>

      1. <s id="3oodw" ><th id="3oodw" ><small id="3oodw" ></small></th></s>
        <i id="3oodw" ><optgroup id="3oodw" ></optgroup></i>

            <input id="3oodw" ><bdo id="3oodw" ><cite id="3oodw" ></cite></bdo></input>
            <delect id="3oodw" ><ruby id="3oodw" ></ruby></delect>

            <em id="3oodw" ><progress id="3oodw" ></progress></em><input id="3oodw" ></input>
            <strike id="3oodw" ></strike>
            Advertisement

            Updated: Five Men Charged After Reported Break-in in Virginia

            Five men are in custody following a break-in in Virginia. Five men are in custody following a break-in in Virginia. |  Photo: WDIO FILE

            Updated: January 24, 火红彩票代理 03:22 PM

            Police in Virginia said that five men now have been charged in connection with a reported break-in from earlier this week. The charges range from fleeing on foot, disorderly conduct, trespassing, and criminal damage to property.

            Advertisement

            Officers responded to a call about a burglary in progress on the 400 block of 6th Avenue South around 11pm.

            The report was that at least three people had kicked in the lower apartment door, and then attempted to force open the upper apartment door.

            Officers located several males running near the apartment. Five were located and arrested. Then, a juvenile met officers at the Virginia jail a short time later to turn himself in.

            The five who are facing charges include:

            Nicholas Altobelli, 18

            Nathen Zadnikar, 19

            Logan Rasmussen, 20

            Logan Winger, 19

            Jason Callen, 20

            A portion of the case is still under investigation after the police executed a search warrant on a vehicle.

            火红彩票代理 火红彩票代理 WDIO-TV LLC, a Hubbard Broadcasting 火红彩票代理. All rights reserved

            Advertisement
            Advertisement

            Just Posted

            Duluth to increase pedestrian opportunities

            Hospitals respond to concerns from MNA

            Frost River making personal protective equipment for Northland hospitals

            Judge extends absentee voting window for Wisconsin election

            Advice to help lower your anxiety during these anxious times

            Ashland Police investigate death

            Advertisement