A warrant was issued for the arrest of a Durant man accused of burglarizing a home and concealing property he had stolen from it.
Devon O’Brian Haynes, 23, was charged Wednesday with second-degree burglary and knowingly concealing stolen property.
According to court papers, Haynes burglarized Aaron Blanton’s North 10th Avenue residence in April and stole a video game system.
An affidavit by Durant Police Detective Drew Hale states the video game system was pawned at a pawn shop in Sherman, Texas. Hale later questioned Haynes, who admitted to entering the home.
In other crimes, Deputy Tim Harwood investigated the burglary of Sonny Dutchover’s home in the 1000 block of Smiser Road in Calera. He told Harwood that he left their residence with his roommates early Saturday evening and upon returning home the following afternoon, he discovered that a mini blind covering a window next to the back door was broken.
The intruder used red spray paint to spray several words, including “punk.” The victim said clothing in his closet had also been sprayed. A lap top computer screen was also broken.
Two bottles of cologne and a mini refrigerator were taken. No property belonging to the victim’s roommates had been damaged.