Brookings police looking at 3 men arrested in Iowa for Wireless World burglary



4/26/13
by Perry Miller
 
Three Minnesota men arrested in a Tuesday burglary at a cell phone 
store in Iowa are termed "persons of interest" in a similar Brookings
burglary.
 
The three are accused in a Tuesday morning burglary at a Wireless
World store in Le Mars, Iowa.  A window had been broken to gain
entry, which triggered an alarm.
 
According to a press release, the three were arrested nearby in a 
vehicle stopped for a traffic violation.
 
The men are 20-year-old Devante Johnson, 19-year-old Blanyon 
Davis, and 22-year-old Victor Doe - all from the Twin Cities.
 
They are each charged with burglary, possession of burglary tools, 
and possession of stolen property.
 
Thousands of dollars in wireless devices were stolen from Verizon 
Wireless World in Brookings on March 26th.  In that instance, a window
had also been broken to gain entry.
 
Similar burglaries were also reported in Watertown and Brandon. More
than 20 Wireless World stores across the Midwest have recently been 
robobed or vandalized.
 
Brookings police Sgt. Joel Perry says they are in contact with Le Mars
police and the investigation continues.
 
 
 
 

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Locations : IowaLe MarsWatertown
People : BlanyonDevante JohnsonJoel PerryPerry MillerVictor Doe
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