Video camera catches suspects in the act in Denision

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The Jackson County sheriff’s office arrested three people believed to be involved in recent burglaries to a local establishment. Two men and a juvenile were arrested Sunday afternoon following an early morning burglary to the Muleskinner Lodge located at 10910 W. Road in Denison.

In recent years, the lodge had been operated as a bed and breakfast facility. Trevor James Hurteau, 18, and Christopher Lee McGee, 18, and a 15-year-old male, all of Denison were arrested on burglary, theft, criminal damage to property and trespassing charges.

The trio allegedly broke into the lodge after 1:30 a.m. Sunday morning and removed property. Hurteau and the 15-year-old male juvenile allegedly committed two additional burglaries, thefts, trespassed and damaged property at the same location between November to mid-December of 2018.

Following the earlier break-ins, Sheriff’s Office Investigators placed surveillance video equipment on the property.  Investigators were able to obtain video footage of the suspected trio during the burglary Sunday morning.  Sunday night, Jackson County Sheriff’s Deputies served a search warrant at a residence located at 307 Highland Ave. Denison where the trio had been living.

Deputies seized property believed to have been taken in the three burglaries. Hurteau and McGee are currently being held in the Jackson County Jail. The juvenile is being held in a juvenile detention facility. 

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