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Arrests Made in Hamilton Vandalism

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Two valley kids have been arrested in connection with the series of vandalism incidents recently.
Hamilton Police Chief Ryan Oster and Ravalli County Sheriff Chris Hoffman said the two were placed into the Ravalli County Juvenile Detention Center.
Evidence from the crime scenes and witness statements led to the arrests.
Sheriff’s Officers and Hamilton Police noticed links between Hamilton vandalism and Corvallis vandalism and thefts. Sheriff’s Officers received further information and the two males were arrested. Their identities have not been released.
Search warrants have been obtains and further evidence is being sought.
Damage from the vandalism is estimated in the thousands of dollars.

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