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Page A-2 - Mason County Journal - Thursday, Nov. 6, 2014 .ays re No suspects arrested in connection with break-ins By NATALIE JOHNSON natalie@masoncoun com The Mason County Sheriffs Office is asking residents in the Star Lake Drive area of Mason County, near Elma, to keep their eyes open for sus- picious activity following a rash of burglaries. No suspects have been arrested in the break-ins. Mason County Emergency Commu- nications received six calls reporting burglaries from Star Lake Drive in Elma between Oct. 29 and Nov. 1. Wee depend on responsible citizens within their neighborhood to report suspicious activity and to watch out for the care and welfare for their fellow neighbors," said Detective Bill Adam of the Mason County Sheriffs Office. "We are our neighbors' keepers." A caller reported four burglaries at 2:43 p.m. Oct. 29 in the 1600 block of West Star Lake Drive. Mason County Sheriffs officers responded and said the report was unfounded. However, in the next few days, more burglaries were reported in the area. At 2:04 p.m. Oct. 30, a resident .aries In of the 1500 block of Star Lake Drive Drive resident reported a person had called to report a burglary to a vaca- tion home. At 3:33 p.m. Oct. 30, a second resi- dent of the 1500 block of Star Lake Drive reported someone kicked open his door and took a television, which entered a homd throtIgka:window. One person was arrested for criminal tres- pass in the first degree. This incidentdid!'not appear.to be related to the other reported btwglar- ies, Adam said:" - ":" ": - .... : he later found a block away on the side Finally, at 12:32 p.m. Saturday, a of the road underneath a sleeping bag:; caller from the 2400 bl0ckof Star Lake The resident took the TV back home, according to the Sheriffs Office. At 8:43 p.m. Friday, a caller re- ported another burglary, this time in the 2500 block of Star Lake Drive. The caller reported a shed had been broken into. Gas was taken from a lawnmow- er. At 10:40 a.m. Saturday, a Star Lake Drive reported seeing a nearby home with a broken window. A deputy from the Mason County Sheriffs Office responded, took photos of the scene and collected fingerprint evidence. Adam suggested residents start a neighborhood watch and said they should report all suspicious activity. Come in and join as for BREAKFAST every SUNDAY morning. A full menu to choose from which includes coffee & juice. Everyone welcome. 9:00 am to 11:00 am ' lI-I3u nWtinC;tan GlaXts: i % Shelton 426-5060 I www.sheltoncinemas.com 24 Hour Movie Info 426-1000 517 Franklin St. Shelton -- Showtimes for Nov 7t"-13th Igl Daily 4:3() & 7:00 Daily 4:00 & 6:45 Additional Shows Additional Shows Fri - Sat 9:10 Fri - Sat 9:20 [] Sat : Sun 2:15 [] Sat-Sun 1:20