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Lower Brule man accused of breaking into, stealing from Kennebec store

KENNEBEC -- A 21-year-old Lower Brule man faces up to five years in prison for allegedly breaking into a grocery store and stealing non-perishable food items.

KENNEBEC - A 21-year-old Lower Brule man faces up to five years in prison for allegedly breaking into a grocery store and stealing non-perishable food items.

A Lyman County grand jury indicted Tristan Grassrope on charges of third-degree burglary and intentional property damage for allegedly breaking a window at BJ's Food Center on Feb. 9 in Kennebec, and stealing non-perishable food.

If convicted, Grassrope faces a maximum sentence of five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.

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