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Man wanted for crimes against schools in NE AR commits crime miles away

James Brandon Alsup (Source: Greene County Sheriff's Dept.) James Brandon Alsup (Source: Greene County Sheriff's Dept.)
NASHVILLE, AR (KAIT) -

A man wanted for a string of crimes in northeast Arkansas against schools, including the theft of an FFA truck, has now committed a crime against another school miles away.

Paragould police tell Region 8 News James Brandon Alsup has been tracked to Howard County, Arkansas where he is accused of breaking into a school in Nashville.

Alsup is accused of taking petty cash after breaking into the Dierks School District. The Howard County Sheriff's Office tells Region 8 News Alsup has a history of stealing vehicles in the area.

Also the FFA truck police say Alsup stole from the Buffalo Island School District was spotted on surveillance video.

Alsup is also accused of breaking into buildings at Greene County Tech School District and taking items.

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