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3 suspects arrested in 15 burglaries in Hutchinson

Published on -8/7/2012, 7:18 AM

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HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) -- Three people are jailed after being arrested in 15 burglaries in Hutchinson.

The crimes began April 10 with a burglary at a convenience store. Targets also included seven churches and Hutchinson High School.

The suspects were arrested Monday after Hutchinson police received an anonymous tip.

Prosecutors have charged 24-year-old Justin Lee Branscom and 19-year-old Tyler Schmucker of Hutchinson with multiple counts of burglary, criminal damage, criminal trespass and theft. A 16-year-old faces similar charges.

Branscom and Schmucker are in custody of the Reno County Sheriff, each on a $45,000 bond. The teenager is in a juvenile facility.

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