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Arrest Made In Hebron Burglary

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HEBRON, Md. - Thanks to fingerprint testing, local police made an arrest in connection with a May 2012 burglary. According to the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office, they were investigating the burglary of a house on E. Walnut Street in Hebron.

An investigation showed that a suspect went in through a window, and destroyed the inside of the home. Police say that the cabinets, and shelves were smashed, doors, and light bulbs broken; in one bathroom, the suspect had taken the medicine cabinet and shattered it in the tub. The estimated damages was totaled up to more than $10,000. The house was vacant and listed for sale at the time of the incident.

Police submitted finger prints from the scene to the crime lab, they came back on January 17th, belonging to Jeremy Colston, 18, of Hebron. Police arrested Colston, charged him with 3rd and 4th degree burglary, along with malicious destruction of property over $500.00. He is being held at the Detention Center on $10,000 bond.

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