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Two more young men charged in burglariesTell North Platte what you think
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Boston A. Carey
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Aryan K. Perry

North Platte Police rounded up two young burglary suspects during the weekend and charged them in a break-in last fall on the west side of town.

One of them, 18-year-old Aryan Perry, was also jailed on drug charges too.

Police spokesman Rodney Brown said on Sept. 27, a burglary complaint was filed from the 3200 block of West 22nd.

The daughter of the homeowners found the back door kicked in and said personal items, spare change and food items were stolen. The stolen property was valued around $50 and damage to the back door amounted to about $100, Brown said.

Following further investigation and through tests conducted by the Nebraska State Patrol crime lab on latent fingerprints from the house, police were able to identify Boston Carey, 20, and Aryan Perry, 17, as suspects.

An investigator contacted Carey at his home on Friday, Jan. 31 and arrested him. He was processed at the jail and released. The charge is burglary, a felony.

During the process, the investigator learned that Carey was also a suspect in a second burglary on June 27 from a detached garage in the 100 block of North Hayes. Those victims reported that around $150 worth of copper and a man’s wallet containing about $30 were stolen. Brown said Carey was also cited for that burglary.

At around 10:40 a.m. on Feb. 1, officers contacted Perry riding in a vehicle in the 1200 block of Skinner Drive. Perry was arrested and charged in the Sept. 27 burglary on West 22nd.

Brown said Perry and his belongings were searched, which turned up a small plastic bag containing suspected methamphetamine, along with another baggie of pills, drug paraphernalia and items often used in meth use and distribution.

Perry was charged for burglary and possession of a controlled substance (meth) with intent to deliver. He is in jail. His bond is set at $15,000.

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The North Platte Bulletin - Published 2/3/2014
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