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Burglary/Criminal Impersonation — McKenzie Police received a call Wednesday, August 29 from Dominic Teague stating that she observed two white males walking down Mulberry Street attempting to enter several vehicles. Teague also advised the two men had a purple looking bag with them.
According to a report by Officer Jeff Winberry, he made contact with two white males behind Mulberry Park meeting the description given by Teague.
Winberry questioned the two males who both stated they were just walking down the road and knew nothing about a purple bag.
The purple bag in question was found on the side of Mulberry Street and it contained an Xbox 360, a JVC Speaker, power cords, and an RCA Tablet. The items were entered into evidence and placed in holding. The males were identified as Michael Gukeisen of Huntingdon and Hunter Taylor of Jackson.
They were both charged with Attempted Burglary of Vehicles and Taylor was additionally charged with Criminal Impersonation for giving a false name and birth date. Both were transported to Carroll County Jail.