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December 29, 2013

Marlow teen arrested for second-degree burglary

DUNCAN — A Marlow teen faces a second-degree burglary charge after police made contact with him Monday.

Kale Michael Main, 18, and an unnamed juvenile were arrested two days before Chrismas, after they “admitted that they were illegally getting into parked unlocked cars and stealing items,” according the affidavit.

At 11:45 a.m. Monday, Marlow officer Antonio Aguilera interviewed Main after reading him his Miranda Rights, “which he waived verbally and by signing a waiver form. During the interview, Kale admitted to me that on two separate nights (Dec. 22 and Dec. 23) during the night hours, he and (two juveniles) had illegally gotten into several parked unlocked vehicles and he removed several items,” according to the affidavit.

Main also admitted to taking the items back to his home, according to the affidavit. After a search of the property, several items were found, including two Garmin GPSs, a gear shift handle shapped like a pistol, a hunting knife, a bag of change, a black pen and a change clip, according to the affidavit.

“Kale advised that he had gone to a home in the yard and threw a knife at an inflatable Santa Christmas ornament and damaged it,” according to the affidavit.

In the affidavit, Aguilera said the victim and vehicle information were released to ODIS.

Burglary in the second degree is a felony, and includes breaking into any building, room, vehicle, vending machine, vessel or property, with the intent to steal items.

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