New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 26, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas
Boy burglars caught in act by coach
Two Juveniles were arrested Tuesday afternoon after being caught while burglarizing the Bulverde Community Center Bowling Alley.
The juveniles were taken into custody, then released to their parents According to Comal County Sheriff's Investigator Dennis Koepp, the case will be turned over to juvenile division authorities for further action
According to Koepp. the boys were caught by a Bulverde Middle School coach who saw them exiting the center with an unspecified amount of beverages at approximately 4 p m.
The coach held the Juveniles until authorities arrived
Two 14 year-old male juveniles were apprehended and charged with Class C theft Tuesday afternoon after allegedly stealing $2 38 worth of gum from Kroger's on US Highway 81 West The youths were handed over to juvenile authorities
Police investigated a report of stolen checks that were taken over the weekend from a business in the 2900 block of Interstate 35 South The theft was reported Tuesday
— Tom s Exxon. located on 1-35 North, reported a forgery- amounting to $30
A section of green netting was stolen Tuesday from the tennis courts of NBHS located on North Loop 337 The screen. IO feet by 24 feet, is valued at $200
Police are investigating three forgery complaints from Walmart store on 1-35 West The checks were passed during different times over the past several months
Criminal trespass complaint was made by Holiday Inn on 1-35 East Wednesday night An employee reported suspects entered one of the rooms without authorization
A ►'urglary Wednesday night was reported at a residence in the 600 block of South Hill Street A list of items taken was not available at presstime today Suspects entered the residence through a sliding glass door, according to police reports
Cynthia Coff reported the theft of credit cards No other details were given by police
— A burglary of a business overnight Tuesday in the Boo block of Lx)op 337 South resulted in the loss of
Some $1,300 in jewelry, appliances and miscellaneous household goods were reported stolen in a burglary of a residence in the IOO block of North Santa Clara. The break-in reportedly occurred sometime between Saturday and Wednesday
— A VCK unit and four video cassettes were taken Tuesday in the burglary of a residence in the 20C block of South Sycamore A glass door was broken out to gain entranc e to the residence, according to police reports
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