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REDMOND, OR -- Six people were arrested this week in connection with last month’s burglary at the Redmond Little League concession stand at Bowlby Field. The building lock was broken June 22, allowing thieves to enter the building and steal more than $1,000 in cash from a register and safe, along with some snacks. 


Following a two-week investigation, Redmond Police arrested 22-year-old John Breen (pictured above, left), 21-year-old Quinton Monk (above, right) and 19-year-old Tabor Lampson (left), as well as three underage boys. Two of the boys and Breen were known to officers because they'd been trespassed from city parks in the past, for criminal behavior and failing to follow park rules. One of the younger suspects was located by a team of Redmond Police cadets at a local park. Read more about how cadets are helping deter crime, this summer
 
Investigators recovered about $300 of the stolen money when the suspects were taken into custody. The six face multiple charges, including Burglary, Theft and Criminal Mischief. 

 

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