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Two Jailed As Owosso Police Investigate Burglary

Suspects Fled, Later Caught

Posted by Owosso Now at 4:29pm 5/7/19

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On March 29, 2019, three suspects were observed to be breaking into a business in the 100 block of N. Washington St. When confronted by the business owner, all three suspects fled the area, a post by the City of Owosso reads.
Officers from Owosso Police Department began contacting witnesses and reviewing video surveillance from area businesses.

Three suspects were identified and charged.  Two are lodged in the Shiawassee County Jail.  The third, a 16 year-old Owosso resident, was released to a parent pending further issuance of charges through Probate Court.

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Pictured above; Jaden Mallery, an 18 year old resident of Owosso, and a Bryce Taylor, a 17 year old resident of Owosso, are lodged in the Shiawassee County Jail.

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