Two juveniles, aged 13 and 15, were recently booked into Juvenile Detention last week, according to an official from the Emery County Sheriff’s Office, after taking part in a series of residential and industrial burglaries around the local area.
Two residential homes had been broken into. While one resident has yet to return to the area and confirm what items were taken, the second resident had two rings, appraised at $200 apiece, as well as a bracelet, valued at $400, stolen in addition to a pair of binoculars, miscellaneous items as well as money. The jewelry was recovered as well as a portion of the money.
The Ferron Library was also broken into and lost $40-$50 worth of change and a number of checks. A window of Pat’s Sew N Stuff, also in Ferron, was broken as well, though nothing was stolen from the premises.
The local Desertview Credit Union was instrumental in helping identify the two, who will face their next court date next month on Sept. 8.