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Two Teens Charged With Breaking In Police Chief’s Home

By: CICELY MITCHELL
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Taylor Nuttal and Conner Hinton (credit: Sugar Land Police )

Taylor Nuttal and Conner Hinton (credit: Sugar Land Police )

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HOUSTON (CBS Houston) — Two Sugar Land teenagers have been charged with breaking into a local police chief’s home.

According to the Sugar Land Police Department, both 17-year-olds, identified as Conner Hinton and Taylor Nuttal, are charged with burglary.

Reports indicate that officers responded to a burglar alarm sounding off on Holly Glade Road last Friday just before noon.

The home, which belongs to Sugar Land Police Chief Doug Brinkley, had its back door forced open. Several pillars from a fence surrounding the chief’s home were also missing.

One of the chief’s neighbors reported seeing two men climb over a fence near her house and gave Sugar Land officers a description of the suspects.

Upon an initial investigation, nothing inside Chief Brinkley’s house appeared to be missing; it is believed that the teens were scared away by the sound of the burglar alarm.

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