Wednesday, January 15, 2014
GRANGEVILLE – Two Idaho County teens face multiple felony and misdemeanor charges in connection with a series of break-ins and property damage allegedly committed in Grangeville last October.
Preliminary hearings are set for today, Wednesday, Jan. 15, for Kody A. Davis, 19, of Clearwater, and Austin J. Wolff, 18, of Grangeville. Both are charged with felony burglary and malicious injury to property; and misdemeanor charges of malicious injury to property and theft by receiving/possessing stolen property. Davis faces an additional felony burglary charge and two more misdemeanor malicious injury and theft charges.
Charges resulted from incidents allegedly committed in Grangeville by Davis and Wolff Oct. 15, 2013. According to court records, the pair is alleged to have forced entry into the Grangeville Border Days Arena announcer’s stand and stolen two crescent wrenches and a crowbar; and again forced entry into Grangeville Elementary Middle School where a sports drink was taken. Also that evening, the pair is alleged to have been involved in damaging two vehicles, owned, respectively, by Gortsema Motors and Than Shira, and the windows of a building and a pickup owned by Lois Lathan.
Investigation was conducted by the Grangeville Police Department.
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