• Daily Leader staff report
On Friday, Oct. 9, at about 9 a.m., the Beaver, Okla., Police Department received a call from Beaver High School regarding a burglary at the Agriculture Building, according to a press release from BPD Sgt. Ben Montoya.
The release said upon initial investigation, it was found that a Dell computer and flat screen monitor valued at $2,856 had been stolen from an office inside the building. Montoya said nothing else appeared to be missing.
During the investigation, the sergeant questioned a 21-year-old male who later confessed to breaking into the school. At about 9:15 p.m.
Friday, Montoya arrested the male on a complaint of second degree burglary.
The computer and monitor were found unharmed and returned back to the school. The suspect is being held at the Beaver County Jail. He was scheduled for his first appearance in Beaver County Court sometime today, and the suspect’s name was not available as of press time.
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