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Fort Dodge Police arrest five individuals after a burglary incident Wednesday night.
Posted: Jan 25 2013 by ppowers

Fort Dodge Police on Wednesday night were dispatched to 1325 Fourth Avenue South at about 9:30 p.m. in reference to several subjects that were believed to be inside the residence. The caller was a neighbor, and told the dispatcher that the owner of the house was out of town and the home was currently vacant. When Fort Dodge Police Officers  Don McLaren, Dennis Quinn and Lt.Joe Bates arrived,two subjects later identified as 19 year old Breon Grady and 19 year old Jesse Rasmussen both of Fort Dodge, ran from the rear of the residence as the officers approached the house. Grady stopped when ordered to and was taken into custody without further incident. Rasmussen continued to run but was apprehended two blocks away. Three additional subjects 20 year old Nicholas Gordon and 19 year old Anthony Harris both of Fort Dodge and 20 year old Samuel Humphrey of Webster City were located when officers returned to the residence. All of the subjects were detained and taken to the Webster County Law Enforcement Center for questioning. Through Officer McLaren's and Quinn's investigation indicated that all five of the subjects had participated in the burglary of the vacant house at 1325 Fourth Avenue South. Two of the suspects admitted to being inside the house twice to remove items. All of the items that were taken were recovered by the officers in the area of the 1300 block of Fifth Avenue South and outside the site of the burglary. Those facing charges are Breon Grady for Third Degree Burglary, Jesse Rasmussen for Third Degree Burglary and Interference with Official Acts, Nicholas Gordon and Anthony Harris for two counts of Burglary. Samuel Humphrey was charged with Aiding and Abetting for Third Degree Burglary.

Fort Dodge Police on Wednesday night were dispatched to 1325 Fourth Avenue South at about 9:30 p.m. in reference to several subjects that were believed to be inside the residence. The caller was a neighbor, and told the dispatcher that the owner of the house was out of town and the home was currently vacant. When Fort Dodge Police Officers  Don McLaren, Dennis Quinn and Lt.Joe Bates arrived,two subjects later identified as 19 year old Breon Grady and 19 year old Jesse Rasmussen both of Fort Dodge, ran from the rear of the residence as the officers approached the house. Grady stopped when ordered to and was taken into custody without further incident. Rasmussen continued to run but was apprehended two blocks away. Three additional subjects 20 year old Nicholas Gordon and 19 year old Anthony Harris both of Fort Dodge and 20 year old Samuel Humphrey of Webster City were located when officers returned to the residence. All of the subjects were detained and taken to the Webster County Law Enforcement Center for questioning. Through Officer McLaren's and Quinn's investigation indicated that all five of the subjects had participated in the burglary of the vacant house at 1325 Fourth Avenue South. Two of the suspects admitted to being inside the house twice to remove items. All of the items that were taken were recovered by the officers in the area of the 1300 block of Fifth Avenue South and outside the site of the burglary. Those facing charges are Breon Grady for Third Degree Burglary, Jesse Rasmussen for Third Degree Burglary and Interference with Official Acts, Nicholas Gordon and Anthony Harris for two counts of Burglary. Samuel Humphrey was charged with Aiding and Abetting for Third Degree Burglary.

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