Arrests Made in Heavener Home Burglaries

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Three teens are facing charges in connection with residential burglaries in Heavener.

Chad Hall, 18, and Juan Felipe Galvan-Gomez, 19 were questioned and arrested Thursday (Jan. 17) on charges of second degree burglary, concealing stolen property and making a false police report, according to Heavener Police Chief Ty Armstrong.

A juvenile was also questioned and admitted to having a role in the burglary of a home in the 100 block of West 4th Street. The juvenile also admitted to at least one other burglary in the 900 block of West 3rd Street, according to police.

The juvenile was released into the custody of their parents and is expected to face the same charges.

The suspects told police a fourth person helped them with the burglaries. Chief Armstrong expects more arrests.

Some of the property stolen, which included jewelry and electronics, has been recovered, Chief Armstrong said.

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