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Two visitors arrested for alleged vehicle break-ins in Breckenridge

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BRECKENRIDGE – Two men from Texas were arrested last Thursday after they allegedly broke into two cars at the Park Place Condominiums in Breckenridge.According to a report from Breckenridge police officers, witnesses tipped them off to the location of two males who had just stolen a set of skis from a vehicle in the condominium parking lot.Police responded to the scene and found 20-year-old Dan Rawls and 26-year-old Charles Taylor, both of Spring, Texas, standing near several items.Taylor was searching through a backpack and Rawls was holding a pair of skis. On the ground, officers noticed a cardboard box filled with five backpacks and two T-shirts.The officers took the suspects to the police department where Taylor said he and Rawls had been drinking and decided to look through unlocked cars. He then admitted to stealing the items.Taylor and Rawls have both bonded out of jail for $5,000.Holiday DUIsThe new year’s weekend was relatively quiet for law enforcement departments around the county.Colorado State Patrol only issued one driving under the influence of alcohol citation, but that does not include any drivers who may have been cited Sunday evening.The Breckenridge Police Department issued two DUI tickets Saturday night and the Silverthorne Police Department handed out one DUI for the entire weekend.The Summit County Sheriff’s Office wrote three DUI tickets between Friday night and Sunday.


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