Police captured a suspect after he led police on a one-hour search on Capulin Drive.
The search began earlier Monday when a resident called police saying they saw three suspicious men wandering around the neighborhood. Last week there was a residential burglary in that area.
Police found the three men in question. At that time, one of the men ran. The two other men had outstanding warrants for their arrest and police took those men into custody.
K-9 Brock and his handler were called to help track down the third suspect. Within an hour, K-9 Brock found the suspect hiding in a shed in a neighborhood backyard. He has been identified as Jesse Pryor, 30.
Police say just like his companions, Pryor also had an outstanding warrant for his arrest. He was also taken into custody.
No connection was made between Pryor and last week’s burglary at this time.
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