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FCPD: Woman's home burglarized by brother

Donald "Don Don" Anderson (Source: Forrest City Police Department) Donald "Don Don" Anderson (Source: Forrest City Police Department)

 

FORREST CITY, AR (KAIT) - A woman's home in Forrest City was burglarized, say police, by her own brother.

Officers of the Forrest City Police Department say Donald "Don Don" Anderson, 41, was found with several of his sister's belongings after she reported her home burglarized June 3. 

According to police, Anderson broke out a window, and entered the home, stealing approximately $2,700 worth of her belongings. Falesha Anderson told police she thought her brother may have been involved with the crime.

Investigators say they found her belongings in a car that her brother was in previously.

Anderson was arrested and charged with residential burglary. At the time of the incident report, he was in the St. Francis County Jail pending arraignment Monday.

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