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Arkansas teen accused of stealing deputy's gun


YELLVILLE, Ark. (AP) — A north Arkansas teenager faces four felony charges after allegedly breaking into a school building and stealing a deputy's body armor and duty belt that contained a gun.

The Baxter Bulletin reports that the 17-year-old Yellville teen faces charges of commercial burglary, criminal mischief, theft of property and theft of a firearm.

Police allege the teen spray-painted over a security camera, hurled a rock through a window, then entered the Yellville-Summit School District building and stole the Marion County reserve deputy's equipment and badge. An affidavit says th...

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