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Hiawatha man charged in Sabetha burglaries

Bobby Gifford/Credit: Nemaha Co Sheriff's Office

(KMZA)--A Hiawatha man has been charged in a pair of Sabetha burglaries.

Nemaha County Attorney Brad Lippert said two complaints have been filed in Nemaha County District Court charging 55-year-old Bobby Gifford with burglary and theft.

Lippert said one complaint alleges that on April 29 Gifford entered a dwelling in Sabetha and took a computer and record albums.  He said the other complaint alleges that on the same date, Gifford entered a detached garage at the same address and took a game camera.

He was arrested July 1 by the Nemaha County Sheriff's Department on warrants for the alleged offenses.

The cases were investigated by the Sabetha Police Department.

Preliminary hearings in both cases have been set for Tuesday.

Gifford remains free on bond.     



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