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Last updated on Wednesday, September 24, 2008
(ORLEANS) - Orange County law enforcement officials took four people into custody Monday as the result of a burglary at the Orange County Co-Op in Orleans.
A combined effort of Orange County deputies, Orleans police and State Police Jasper took in 22-year-old James Day of Orleans, 20-year-old James Morris of Paoli, 25-year-old Michael Robbins Jr. of Orleans and 20-year-old John Thoms of Orleans, and all face felony charges of theft and burglary.
Police allege the foursome broke into the Orange County Co-Op and made off with seven chainsaws along with clothing and boots.
All four were lodged in the Orange County jail.
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