Mesa Man Accused In Series Of Northern Arizona Burglaries – Tucson News Now

Coconino County sheriff’s deputies say 57-year-old Douglas Doyle Dillon was arrested as he tried to free his vehicle from a snowbank in the Forest Lakes Area. Authorities say Dillon’s DNA was linked to one of the burglaries through the Arizona Department of Public Safety Crime Lab from blood samples left on broken glass. More than 20 burglaries were reported between March and December at unoccupied seasonal homes in or around the Forest Lakes and Blue Ridge communities. Sheriff’s officials say outbuildings such as garages, storage sheds and workshops were the primary targets, according to the release. They say stolen items included contractor tools such as air compressors, power tools, saws, drills and chain saws. Copyright 2015 The Associated Press.
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Mesa man jailed in connection with northern AZ burglaries – CBS 5 – KPHO

(Source: Coconino County Sheriff’s Office) PHOENIX (CBS5) – A Mesa man is in a Flagstaff jail after his arrest in connection with a series of residential burglaries over several months. Coconino County sheriff’s deputies arrested Douglas Doyle Dillon, 57, Jan. 1 as he tried to free his vehicle from a snowbank in the Forest Lakes Area. Dillon’s DNA was linked to one of the burglaries through the Department of Public Safety Crime Lab but because he is a transient, deputies had a hard time finding him, according to a Coconino County Sheriff’s Office news release. More than 20 burglaries were reported between March and December at unoccupied seasonal homes in or around the Forest Lakes and Blue Ridge communities. Outbuildings such as garages, storage sheds and workshops were the primary targets, according to the release.
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Monticello Tours Expand into Newly Restored Areas of Plantation – NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sports and Weather

On the day Jefferson died, 13 family members were living in this house, said Sandling. Their bedrooms and a nursery are being recreated on the second floor. Staff at Monticello used many of these rooms as office space and storage for years. Through the third floor dome room double doors lead to the “cuddy hideaway for Jefferson’s granddaughters.
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