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Two more arrested in Deville burglary

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Kevin Dillan Burns Kevin Dillan Burns

DEVILLE, La. (KALB News Channel 5) - In January, Rapides Parish Sheriff's Office detectives conducted a search warrant at an address located on Hwy 1206 and seized several firearms and collectibles.  

During the course of the investigation, detectives identified 2 other suspects that were involved in this burglary. 

Through information gathered in this operation, arrest warrants were obtained for the other 2 suspects. 

Those arrested were Kevin Dillan Burns, 19, of  Pineville, and Jesse Brad Deville, 45, of Deville, according to RPSO. 

Burns was arrested and charged with 1 count Simple Burglary.

Deville was arrested and charged with 1 count Possession of Stolen Goods greater than $500.

Burns was arrested on Jan. 20, 2014 and Deville was arrested on Feb. 20, 2014. 

So far, RPSO reported 4 adults and 1 juvenile have been arrested in this case. 

All the suspects have been released on bond except for Jesse Brad Deville, Sr. who remains in jail on a Probation Hold. 

Detectives say the investigation is ongoing and additional arrests are still possible.

 

Here's the original story: 

http://www.kalb.com/story/24464182/rpso-two-arrested-for-stolen-firearms

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