Two Juveniles Charged with Burglary at Earlington Elementary

            A thirteen and a seventeen year old have been charged with a recent break in at the Earlington Elementary School where several iPads were allegedly stolen.
            According to the Hopkins County Sheriff’s office, the break in at the school happened over the weekend and thirty iPads, valued at five hundred dollars each, were reported missing.
            Today (Wednesday) deputies went to an Earlington residence where they found a juvenile with twenty-seven iPads, as well as other alleged stolen items.
            A second juvenile was discovered to be involved.  That juvenile was located and reportedly admitted to the burglary.
            So far, twenty-nine of the thirty iPads have been recovered with a value of $14,500.
            The juveniles were charged with third degree burglary through the Hopkins County Court Designated Worker’s office.

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