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By Tim Leeds 

Three more arrested in suspected robbery ring

Initial appearance set for this afternoon

 

February 6, 2019



Three more people have been arrested on suspicion of being part of a ring that conducted a spree of robberies and thefts in the Havre area.

Gloria Crazyboy, Leslie Crazyboy and Caroline Crazyboy were being held in the Hill County jail this morning pending a 1:30 p.m. initial court appearance in Hill County Justice Court.

Fabian Joel “Ju Ju” Saddler Jr., who was arrested Jan 29, was in the detention center being held on $50,000 bond on pending felony charges of burglary, theft and criminal mischief and $820 bond on two counts of failure to pay and on a charge of civil criminal contempt of court.

Saddler was arrested after officers began investigating reports of burglary and theft from the John Deere dealership Northern Ag Equipment and from E-1 Towing.

A Hill County sheriff’s deputy drove by a residence where a juvenile known burglary suspect stayed and saw Saddler and a woman in a black Honda Pilot SUV pulling out. Saddler appeared to try to avoid being seen once he saw the patrol vehicle, a court document said.

Officers found in the Honda and a green Subaru at the residence many items including a bolt cutter, wheels matching items reported stolen and other items matching items people had reported stolen

Law enforcement officers obtained search warrants and found more items in the vehicles and residence matching items reported stolen in the area, the document said.

During the search, items reported stolen were found in the room where the juvenile suspect stayed, the document said, and items also were found in the room of Gloria and Caroline Crazyboy. Those included knives with engraving on them, which someone apparently had been trying to obliterate with a Dremel tool found in the room, the document said.

Tuesday, a deputy and two Havre police officers went back to the residence to try to find the juvenile suspect and his accomplices, the document said.

Caroline Crazyboy told the deputy she rented and resided in the house, the document said. The deputy told her the juvenile was wanted and asked permission to search the house, which Crazyboy denied, the document said.

On the basis that stolen property or evidence was found in every room in the house, the deputy found it impossible for occupants not to know about the thefts and property, the document said, and Gloria, Leslie and Caroline Crazyboy were arrested.

 

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