Burglary arrests made

Arrests were made as a result of the investigation into a Dec. 30 burglary and theft in Jamestown.

According to court documents, Adam Lee Brinkley, 19, Jamestown, and Scott Eugene Brown, 37, no residence given, were each charged with two felony counts as a result of an incident alleged to have occurred in Jamestown, when Brown is alleged to have entered the trailer while Brinkley stood watch.

The break-in was discovered by the owner of the trailer on Dec. 30, who is alleged to have discovered a laptop computer and a number of DVDs missing. The incident was investigated by the Jamestown Police Chief and a Moniteau County Deputy Sheriff and resulted in the arrest of the Brinkley and Brown after the laptop and DVDs are alleged to have been found in their possession.

Brown and Brinkley were each charged with Class C Felony Second Degree Burglary and Class C Felony Theft/Stealing.

If convicted on these charges, the defendants could face up to seven years in prison and a $5,000 fine on each count. No bond was allowed pending arraignment.


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