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Three people arrested for home burglary

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By WRCB Staff

BRADLEY COUNTY, TN (WRCB) -- An investigation by the Bradley County Sheriff's Office has led to the arrest of three suspects and charges stemming from the burglary of a residence on North Lee Highway.  

The homeowners returned Wednesday night to find that forced entry had been made through a rear door and inside their home several items were missing. They reported the loss of three guitars, a flat screen TV, three computers, two firearms, a video game system and other items that were valued in excess of $8,700.

Less than 24 hours after discovery of the burglary property crimes detectives arrested William Wayne Dunn, 19, of Harpo Street, Keshia Mae Baca, 21, of Stuckey Dr., and Jordan Franklin Browder, 18, of Harper Street.  They are each charged with aggravated burglary and theft over $1,000 and will be arraigned in General Sessions Court on Friday.    

During questioning of the suspects it was learned they had parked a van belonging to one of them in a business lot, leaving the stolen property inside.  Arriving at the location all of the property was recovered and has been returned to the owner.

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