One jailed in connection with St. Jo School burglary

Travis Traweek

A suspect has been arrested in connection with the February burglary of the Saint Jo School, and investigators with the sheriff’s office continuing searching for additional suspects.
The burglary was reported the morning of Feb. 2, where suspect made entry through a broken glass at the east door. Items stolen included six laptops, three iPads, shoes and other miscellaneous items. There also was additional interior glass breakage in windows and damage to the ceilings.
Chris Hughes, chief deputy for the Montague County Sheriff’s Office, said an arrest warrant was obtained on March 20 for Travis Robert Traweek, 32, Wichita Falls.He was arrested in Van Zandt County and returned to Montague County.

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2 Comments on One jailed in connection with St. Jo School burglary

  1. Interesting how arrest warrants can be obtained despite probable cause standards. Apparently the 4th amendment is not as important any longer as the framers of the constitution intended.

  2. Saint Jo PD did a great job on this case. Too bad MSO took all the credit for someone else’s hard work.

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