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Two Men Facing Felonies in Connection with Attempted Burglary in Hermantown

Ryan Juntti
Updated: December 04, 2018 06:18 PM

HERMANTOWN - Two men are facing felony charges in connection with the attempted burglary of a convenience store last week. 

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Devin Jones, of Superior, and Samuel Kent, who is considered homeless, are each charged with three felonies that include First and Third Degree Aiding and Abetting a Burglary, along with Aiding and possession of burglary tools.

Related: Hermantown Convenience Store Owner Stops Burglary in Progress, 4 Arrested

This stems from the attempted burglary at the Adolph Store last Friday.

According to a criminal complaint, Kent admitted that he had served as a lookout for others who were burglarizing the store. 

Two juveniles have also been charged.

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