Milo teen arrested for overnight break-ins at local eateries

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MILO — A 19-year-old local resident was arrested Saturday morning in connection with break-ins at two Main Street establishments, according to the Milo Police Department.

Authorities responded to reports of burglaries at Elaine’s Bakery and Milo House of Pizza around 6:30 a.m. after victims discovered the overnight crimes.

The suspect, identified as Trevor Hall of Milo, allegedly forced entry into the businesses by damaging a door and window late Friday night, around 11:30 p.m.

The intruder made off with cash registers from both locations, which were later found abandoned on a neighboring street.

An undisclosed sum of money and various retail products were reported stolen.

Officer Spurgeon, with the help of Chief Clukey and Officer Harris, tracked down Hall after gathering information from the victims and examining evidence from the crime scenes.

Hall, apprehended around 9:45 a.m., confessed to the break-ins and admitted to being intoxicated at the time.

Hall is facing multiple charges, including two felony counts of burglary.

Additional charges are pending as the investigation continues.

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