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Posted: Nov 25, 2014 1:18 PMUpdated: Nov 25, 2014 1:18 PM

Bartlesville Man Arrested For Burglary

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Adam Hooper

A Bartlesville man is in custody after being arrested on a $25,000 warrant for allegedly taking items from a home.  19-year old Christopher Jakob Jones is charged with second degree burglary.  A man reported to Bartlesville police that his home had been burglarized sometime between August 5th and August 10th while he was out of town.  According to a court affidavit, officers saw that a window was forced open and a back door's lock was missing.  Reportedly, the items that were taken included nine violins, three guitars, a 60 inch HD television, three pocket watches, two DVD players, and boots.  Bartlesville police received information from the Tulsa Police Department that they conducted a traffic stop and identified Jones and another person.  The authorities noticed the missing items inside the car and became suspicious.  Jones told the officers he was going to Tulsa and sell the instruments.  The affidavit states that Jones admitted participated in the burglary.  The police are looking for the other suspect, Nickolas Andrew Sutton, who was involved in the robbery.  Jones' next court date is December 19th.


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