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Man wanted for several Cherokee Co. burglaries arrested

Craig Anthony Wilkins. Photo Source: Cherokee County Jail. Craig Anthony Wilkins. Photo Source: Cherokee County Jail.

Released by Cherokee County Sheriff's Office:

CHEROKEE COUNTY, TX - On October 28, 2011 at approximately 3:15 PM the Cherokee County Sheriff Office executed an Evidentiary Search warrant at a residence located at 335 West San Antonio Street in Alto, Texas in reference to several burglaries in the area.

During the search of the singlewide mobile home officers located a small caliber pistol believed to have been taken during the recent burglary of the Pearman Dodge Motor Company located on US Highway 69 in Alto, Texas.

During the search of the residence, Sheriff Investigators also located and arrested the primary suspect in the Pearman burglary, Craig Anthony Wilkins, 20. Wilkins had two prior arrests warrants for burglary, which were issued after several weeks of investigations and surveillance, which culminated in the issuance of the search warrant for his residence on Oct 28.

Wilkins was arraigned by Justice of the Peace for Precinct 4, Vera Forman on October 29, 2011 and the bonds were set as follows:

1) Burglary of a Building (Alto High School)

Bond: $20,000

2) Burglary of a Building (Pearman Motor Company)

Bond: $20,000

3) Burglary of a Habitation (July 20th residential burglary)

Bond: $30,000

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