Teens Charged with Home Burglary

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Four teens have been arrested and charged with a north Jackson home burglary after police say a home surveillance system caught them in the act. Jackson investigators arrested the South Gibson County High School students, Wednesday during classes. We can only identify one of the teens since the others are under age. Police say 18-year-old Jordan Gray was allegedly one of the four high schoolers who can be seen breaking into the home and walking out with several items. Since the arrest, one of the juveniles has received an additional auto burglary charge for an incident at the Doubletree Hotel on Monday. Medina Police Chief Chad Lowery said he was shocked when he found out the news from school officials. “They asked had I seen the news and I had not seen it so we pulled it up online and watched it. At that time, I realized that I knew some of those kids,” said Chief Lowery. Each of the teens has been charged with aggravated burglary, theft of property over $10,000 and vandalism over $500.

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