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Sunday, May 13, 2012County: Suwannee
Charges: Misdemeanor, Felony Non-CTA
Alleged: Brandon Shane Partin
A Suwannee County teen faces multiple charges, including grand theft and shooting arrows at a caged animal, according to the Suwannee County Sheriff's Office.
Brandon Shane Partin, 18, 6937 200th St., Live Oak, was arrested May 13, after he was found in possession of property from recent burglaries. Records show that Partin admitted that he and another individual entered the residence of one victim and removed more than $1,000 worth of items from the home. While inside the residence, the defendants caused damages in excess of $1,000, authorities say. Such damages included damaging the rear door, windows, television screens, family pictures, cable boxes and chopping up furniture with a machete.
According to the SCSO, Partin entered a second victim's home and took more than $1,000 in property, including a .22 caliber rifle. While inside that residence, Partin damaged the rear door and cable box and armed himself with a bow and arrows, authorities say. Records show that Partin shot at least two arrows at a family dog that was secured inside his crate. The crate was locked and the dog was secure and was not injured, according to reports.
Partin was booked into the Suwannee County Jail and faces charges of two counts of burglary while armed, two counts of grand theft, two counts of felony criminal mischief and cruelty to an animal.
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