Two jailed on charges of burglarizing bar, taking alcohol and cigarettesHOWARD — Two men are being held at the Davison County Jail for allegedly burglarizing a bar Sunday morning in Howard.
By: Anna Jauhola, The Daily Republic
HOWARD — Two men are being held at the Davison County Jail for allegedly burglarizing a bar Sunday morning in Howard.
Miner County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Jeremy Crittenden, 19, of Madison, and Colin Belding, 26, of Howard, after they received permission to search the men’s residence Monday, said Sheriff Lanny Klinkhammer.
Armand Dornbusch, owner of Don’s Place bar in Howard, called authorities around 10 a.m. Sunday to report that “a bunch of alcohol and cigarettes” were missing from his business.
Both men are charged with two counts of third-degree burglary, which are felony charges carrying a maximum sentence of 10 years, a $20,000 fine or both. They are also each charged with one count of petty theft.
The men allegedly broke the glass on the front door of the bar shortly after 2 a.m. to gain entry and went back around 4 a.m., said Klinkhammer, who added that alcohol probably was a factor.
Crittenden and Belding are each being held on a $10,000 bond and will appear in court in Miner County in April.
The sheriff’s department is searching for one more person who was involved in the incident, Klinkhammer said.