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Arrest made for break-in at Fred’s


A 21-year-old white male and three juvenile males, ages 14, 15 and 16, have been arrested or referred to juvenile court, following a Nashville police investigation into a forcible entry and burglary at the Fred’s Store on South Main, Nashville.

Officers received an alarm call at about 10 p.m., Tuesday, but found the building secure. When the manager arrived, the officers discovered that entry had been made through the roof, and only tobacco products apparently were taken.

The police collected evidence and viewed a security video, according to a police department news release, and shortly after midnight they arrested Austin Dansby, 21, and the juveniles. All listed a Nashville address.

Dansby’s first court appearance was Wednesday, and his bond was set at $20,000. The juveniles were referred to juvenile court.

Howard County Sheriff’s Department

May 27 — Deputies stopped a Ford SUV, for a traffic violation on Magnolia Street in Nashville while patrolling on Hwy. 371.

The stop led to the arrest of Orlando Dosia, 30, black male, Nashville.

Dosia was arrested for possession of controlled substance, methamphetamine and tampering with physical evidence, both felony charges Bond was set at $2,500.

May 28 — Deputies stopped a vehicle was driven by Timothy Headrick, 28, white male, of Texarkana, who was later jailed with bond set at $75,000. He faces felony charges of possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia. A passenger was released without charges.