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‘Try try again’ should not apply to burglaries


Uhm … when you are on probation for burglary – – the last thing that you want to do is leave your cellphone at the scene of the crime.  Well believe it or not that is exactly what 18-year old Tyler Blake Garrison did when he decided to break in someone’s house and take their computer.

No overtime hours for police will be clocked for trying to crack the case of the missing Russellville computer.

Franklin County District Attorney Joey Rushing says …

“It helps when you’ve got stupid criminals.”

Garrison was also caught on Wal-Mart surveillance video trying to cash in some of the coins from his heist.

Garrison is accused of trying to break into a house on Hayes Street, the same house he is accused of breaking into Tuesday. Hargett said Garrison is charged with two counts of third-degree burglary and one count each of second-degree theft of property, second-degree attempted theft of property, second-degree possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.

“If at first you don’t succeed try – – try again” should not apply to burglaries.

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