Three men arrested for stealing firearms from home

Three Mississippi County men have been arrested in connection to a string of burglaries.

According to the Mississippi County Sheriff Keith Moore, the investigation began in early January when a resident reported that his home had been burglarized overnight and several firearms had been taken.

Evidence at the scene indicated that three men in a truck were responsible for the burglary.

The next week, the same resident reported that a second burglary had been attempted, but the suspects did not get into the home.

While investigating the first two burglaries, the home was burglarized for a third time and another firearm was taken.

Surveillance cameras captured video of one of the suspects during the third burglary. Deputies identified that suspect as 20-year-old Dalton Ditto.

As the investigation continued, 20-year-old Tyler Young was also identified as a suspect.

Both Ditto and Young were taken into custody and questioned. During the interviews, a third suspects was identified, 22-year-old Nick Bradley.

Deputies arrested Bradley and were able to confirm his involvement in the burglaries during an interview.

All three face charges of Burglary and Theft/Stealing of a Firearm. Ditto and Young also face Property Damage charges.

All three remain jailed in the Mississippi County Detention Center. Bond has been set at $50,000 cash only.

Deputies were able to recover the stolen firearms.

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