3 arrested in string of burglaries in Huron, Woonsocket, AlpenaHURON (AP) — Authorities have arrested three people in a string of business burglaries in Huron, Woonsocket and Alpena.
HURON (AP) — Authorities have arrested three people in a string of business burglaries in Huron, Woonsocket and Alpena.
The media reports that two men from Wessington Springs face burglary and attempted burglary counts, and a Huron woman faces drug charges. Police say more charges might be filed in the case.
According to media reports, bond has been set at $10,000 for 35-year-old Joseph Gregg and a total of $15,000 in two counties for 32-year-old Craig Stolz. Twenty-seven-year-old Emily Montoya has been released on a personal recognizance bond.
Huron police received five separate reports Friday from local businesses of break-ins or attempted break-ins. Authorities say surveillance video from the businesses allegedly links the suspects to additional burglaries in Alpena and Woonsocket.
Police say some of the stolen property has been recovered.