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Two Arrested In Newport Burglary

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Deputies arrested  Kyle E. Seal, age 33 of Oldtown, Idaho and Bobby Joe Holt, age 50 of Newport. Deputies arrested Kyle E. Seal, age 33 of Oldtown, Idaho and Bobby Joe Holt, age 50 of Newport.

Pend Oreille County Sheriff's Office Press Release: 

On Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at approximately 4:30 am Pend Oreille County deputies along with Bonner County Idaho deputies responded to the report of a suspicious person call in the downtown area of Newport. While investigating the suspicious person call, deputies' located evidence that would indicate a local business had been burglarized during the night.

The business owner of just Because arrived on scene and deputies checked the store. Deputies determined that suspect(s) had entered the business by breaking through a wall. While inside, the suspect(s) ransacked two offices and stole an estimated $10,000 worth of jewelry and merchandise.

Subsequent investigation led to the arrest of Kyle E. Seal, age 33 of Oldtown, Idaho and Bobby Joe Holt, age 50 of Newport. Both subjects were booked into jail on charges of Burglary 2nd, Theft 1st, and Malicious Mischief 2nd.

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