Friday, June 23, 2023 - A felony arrest warrant was issued June 15 for a Sallisaw man charged with second-degree burglary.
Steven Bean, 23, could face up to seven years in prison if he is convicted.
Court records show that on June 2, a Sequoyah County sheriff’s deputy was dispatched in reference to an active breaking and entering.
When he arrived at the scene, the deputy spoke with the homeowner who stated that there were two men lying on the ground behind a residence on his property.
The homeowner stated that he caught the two via a game camera that sent pictures to his phone.
Two men at the site, Steven Bean and Timothy Dry were on the ground, and they were quickly handcuffed.
When Bean was read his rights, he stated that he did not want to speak to the deputy, so he was placed in the back of a patrol car.
The homeowner allowed the deputy to take the game camera’s photos as evidence.
Laura Brown, Staff Writer
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