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Commercial burlaries solved

Four young Prineville men have been arrested on charges stemming from the recent burglaries of two local businesses.
Prineville Police Department officers, assisted by the Crook County Sheriff's Office and Oregon State Police made multiple arrests and recovered stolen property from two commercial burglaries that have occurred over the last week in Prineville.
   The first was a burglary at the Grimes Hwy Market on Madras Hwy on 4/16, the second was a burglary that occurred at the Video Connection Store on NW 3rd St., early in the morning on 4/23. Both burglaries were similar and similar items were taken in each.
   During an investigation into the Video Connection burglary, officers contacted several persons at 940 NW Madras Hwy, No.18. During the contact Prineville Police Officers and Crook County Deputies recovered stolen property from both burglaries. Three individuals were arrested.
   The three, all 19 years old are:
   Larry Robert James Reed
   940 NW Madras Hwy.
   Charged: Conspiracy to commit burglary II, conspiracy to commit criminal mischief II, theft I to wit possession of stolen property, tampering with evidence.
   Bail: 40,000.
   Dominique (Nick) Gene Peter
   192 NE Juniper St.
   Charged: Conspiracy to commit burglary II, conspiracy to commit criminal mischief II, theft I to wit possession of stolen property, tampering with evidence.
   Bail: $45,000.
   Issac Jerome Lane
   306 SW Ewen.
   Charged: Burglary II (two counts), criminal mischief II (two counts), theft I (two counts), theft I to wit possession of stolen property, tampering with evidence.
   Bail: $60,000.
   Jeremie Lawrence Clure
   15355 E Ochoco Hwy
   Charged: Conspiracy to commit burglary II, conspiracy to commit criminal mischief II, theft I to wit possession of stolen property, tampering with evidence.
   Bail: $30,000.
   The three were lodged in the county jail and were scheduled for arraignment this afternoon.