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Radford police: County residents are suspects

A Dublin man and two Pulaski juveniles are suspects in a Monday night apartment burglary in Radford, according to the Radford City Department of Police.
Rebecca Hawke, spokeswoman for the city, said Michael Jared Cole, 18, of Dublin, is charged with one count of burglary and is being held in New River Valley Regional Jail without bond.
By MELINDA WILLIAMS
melinda@southwesttimes.com

A Dublin man and two Pulaski juveniles are suspects in a Monday night apartment burglary in Radford, according to the Radford City Department of Police.
Rebecca Hawke, spokeswoman for the city, said Michael Jared Cole, 18, of Dublin, is charged with one count of burglary and is being held in New River Valley Regional Jail without bond.
The juveniles, ages 16 and 17, have been released into the custody of their parents.
Hawke said they are expected to be charged as juveniles.
Due to their ages, the identities of the juveniles are not being released.
According to police, Cole and the juveniles allegedly were located inside an apartment in the 500 block of Second Avenue in Radford around 10:30 p.m. Monday.
Radford City and Radford University police responded to the burglary report and all three suspects were taken into custody without incident, according to Hawke.
Police allege “numerous items of evidence” were recovered at the scene.
According to police, the suspects were using a dark colored Dodge Durango for transportation.
Anyone who may have seen the vehicle in the Radford area during the past three weeks is asked to call the Radford Police Investigations Bureau at 731-3627.
Police said Monday night’s burglary is one of about 30 that have occurred in Radford area since mid-November.
Radford police are working with neighboring agencies which have experienced similar crimes within their jurisdictions during the same time frame.
Hawke said police have not indicated whether the subjects arrested Monday night are also suspects in the other burglaries.
Anyone having information about any of the burglaries is asked to call the Radford Police Department at 731-3627.

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Radford police: County residents are suspects

A Dublin man and two Pulaski juveniles are suspects in a Monday night apartment burglary in Radford, according to the Radford City Department of Police.
Rebecca Hawke, spokeswoman for the city, said Michael Jared Cole, 18, of Dublin, is charged with one count of burglary and is being held in New River Valley Regional Jail without bond.
By MELINDA WILLIAMS
melinda@southwesttimes.com

A Dublin man and two Pulaski juveniles are suspects in a Monday night apartment burglary in Radford, according to the Radford City Department of Police.
Rebecca Hawke, spokeswoman for the city, said Michael Jared Cole, 18, of Dublin, is charged with one count of burglary and is being held in New River Valley Regional Jail without bond.
The juveniles, ages 16 and 17, have been released into the custody of their parents.
Hawke said they are expected to be charged as juveniles.
Due to their ages, the identities of the juveniles are not being released.
According to police, Cole and the juveniles allegedly were located inside an apartment in the 500 block of Second Avenue in Radford around 10:30 p.m. Monday.
Radford City and Radford University police responded to the burglary report and all three suspects were taken into custody without incident, according to Hawke.
Police allege “numerous items of evidence” were recovered at the scene.
According to police, the suspects were using a dark colored Dodge Durango for transportation.
Anyone who may have seen the vehicle in the Radford area during the past three weeks is asked to call the Radford Police Investigations Bureau at 731-3627.
Police said Monday night’s burglary is one of about 30 that have occurred in Radford area since mid-November.
Radford police are working with neighboring agencies which have experienced similar crimes within their jurisdictions during the same time frame.
Hawke said police have not indicated whether the subjects arrested Monday night are also suspects in the other burglaries.
Anyone having information about any of the burglaries is asked to call the Radford Police Department at 731-3627.

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