On Thursday, a Chapel Hill man was indicted on six counts of
burglary of a building.
On March 6, Richard Moore, 20, was arrested after allegedly breaking
into an Army-Navy store in Tyler.Tyler police were driving by the store when
they heard the alarm going off. The officers stopped to check the building and
discovered a large hole cut into the back of the store.
Moore confessed to the break-in and was held in the Smith
County Jail. In addition to the March 6 incident, Moore was indicted on five
other burglaries that occurred in February.
Monday, July 21 2014 11:41 AM EDT2014-07-21 15:41:34 GMT
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