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Four people arrested in burglary.

August 10, 2004

Valdosta - A concerned citizen's actions leads the the arrests of four burglary suspects.

Just before three this morning, someone who lives on Iola Drive in Valdosta saw four people coming out of a house carrying various items. That person called 9-1-1.

A few minutes later police caught 19-year olds Joseph Grant Daniel, Seth Ryan Gunning, Katharine Patrick and Allison Elizabeth Bonds.

"We can't solve crimes without the help of the community and this is a perfect example of neighbors helping neighbors. It's also a perfect example of people seeing something suspicious an calling 9-1-1," said Lt. Brian Childress of the Valdosta Police Department.

The Valdosta Police Department is taking a warrant on a fifth suspect. The items stolen are worth more than six thousand dollars.

Posted at 5:20pm by Armen@walb.com

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