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3 Senath men charged with arson and burglary

Senath home burning on November 1 (Source: Senath Police Chief Omar Karnes) Senath home burning on November 1 (Source: Senath Police Chief Omar Karnes)
Senath home after fire November 1 (Source: Senath Police Chief Omar Karnes) Senath home after fire November 1 (Source: Senath Police Chief Omar Karnes)
Damion Thomas Snodgrass (Source: Dunklin County Jail) Damion Thomas Snodgrass (Source: Dunklin County Jail)
Bryan Holtsclaw (Source: Dunklin County Jail) Bryan Holtsclaw (Source: Dunklin County Jail)
Todd Holtsclaw (Source: Dunklin County Jail) Todd Holtsclaw (Source: Dunklin County Jail)

SENATH, MO (KAIT) – Three Dunklin County men are behind bars after police say they burglarized and set fire to a home in Senath.

According to Senath Police Chief Omar Karnes, Bryan Holtsclaw, 20, his brother Todd Holtsclaw, 18, and Damion Snodgrass, 19, have been charged with second degree arson and burglary.

Chief Karnes states the charges come from an incident on November 1 where a home on the 400 block of west Maple Street was burglarized and then set on fire.  He says the three men admitted to police they had burglarized the home before and "decided this time to burn it."

The Holtsclaw brothers and Snodgrass are currently in the Dunklin County Jail, each on a $35,000 bond.  

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