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Early Morning B&E Call Ends with the Arrest of Two Juveniles

Early morning B&E call in Patoka ends with the detention of two juveniles.
Following footsteps in the snow, law enforcement officers track down two juveniles who confessed to breaking and entering into a home in Patoka, Indiana.

Early Saturday morning, Gibson County Central Dispatch received a 911 call from the 100 block of East Spring Street in Patoka, which is just north of Princeton.
The caller advised they had come home to their house to discover the back door of the residence wide-open and the television set unplugged.

Once the scene was secured, Princeton Officers Jeremy Robb and Jason Swan began to follow footsteps in the snow that appeared to be leaving the scene.

Officer Robb and Swan followed these footsteps to another residence in Patoka where a juvenile ultimately confessed to breaking in the home This juvenile was taken into custody and transported to the Vincennes Youth Village - a juvenile lockup facility.

As Officers continued to investigate the incident it came to light that another juvenile was involved.

Both Gibson County Deputies and Princeton Officers went to a residence in Princeton where the second juvenile was taken into custody.

It was at the Princeton Residence Officers recovered property that was reported stolen at the victim’s house. 
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