Teenager Arrested In Sandy Hook Burglary

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 7/09/2012 10:22 pm
A teenager has been arrested and charged in connection with a home burglary.

State Police said Brian E. Olson II, 18, of Sandy Hook, was arrested on Monday in connection to a burglary at the home of Belinda Ison of Sandy Hook that happened on Sunday.

Investigators said Olson is charged with Burglary 2nd. 

He was lodged in the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center.

The case remains under investigation.
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