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09/30/2017

TWO TRUMAN MEN ARE FACING SEVERAL FELONY CHARGES FOR ALLEGED PARTICIPATION IN BREAK-INS IN TRUMAN DISCOVERED EARLY THURSDAY MORNING AT THE TRUMAN HIGH SCHOOL AND ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH/SCHOOL-AND ONE FROM ABOUT A WEEK EARLIER ACCORDING TO THE CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS 21 YEAR OLD KURTIS MICHAEL SCOTT AND 24 YEAR OLD ADAM JAMES FITZLAFF BOTH FACE SEVEN COUNTS INCLUDING THREE FOR 2ND DEGREE BURGLARY OF A SCHOOL OR CHURCH BUILDING ; TWO FOR THEFT; AND TWO FOR CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY FIRST DEGREE. BOTH ALSO FACE A MISDEMEANOR COUNT OF THEFT. ONE OF SECOND DEGREE BURGLARY CHARGES AND THE MISDEMEANOR COUNTS OF THEFT ARE RELATED TO A BREAK IN ABOUT A WEEK EARLIER AT TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH IN TRUMAN,ALTHOUGH SCOTT DENIES THAT HE HAD PART IN THAT ACCORDING TO THE REPORT

TOTAL MAX PENALTIES FOR BOTH KURTIS SCOTT AND ADAM FITZLAFF EACH AMOUNT TO OVER 50 YEARS IN PRISON AND OVER $100,000 IN FINES OR BOTH IF CONVICTED

TO GO ALONG WITH BREAKING IN SEVERAL CASES OF VANDALISM TO SCHOOL AND CHURCH PROPERTIES WERE REPORTED AT EACH LOCATION WITH SCHOOL SUPPLIES, INK,FIRE EXTINGUISHERS AND KITCHEN CONDIMENTS USED TO DEFACE AND RUIN PROPERTY WITH SOME ITEMS AND CASH TAKEN.


ROD HALVORSEN
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