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Police say man burglarized Bloomington Sprint store

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BLOOMINGTON – A Bloomington man is in custody on a burglary charge.

Tyler Murrell, 21, faces a class 2 felony for burglarizing the Sprint store at 101 N. Veterans Pkwy in Bloomington last June, authorities said. 

A warrant for his arrest was issued Jan. 20 and was returned Tuesday.

Murrell was jailed in lieu of posting $5,035 bond. He was ordered to have no further contact with the Sprint store.

An arraignment is scheduled for Feb. 19.

The Pantagraph's top 10 crime stories of 2020

The Pantagraph's top 10 crime stories of 2020

Statistics may tell us that crime, overall, dropped somewhat in Central Illinois in 2020, with the exception of domestic violence cases. COVID-19 may have had something to do with a perceived drop in such categories as armed robberies, but still, the criminal damage done in the span of one week - May 31 - June 6, outweighed previous years. Several Twin City businesses were looted and 11 Normal Police cars were damaged in the civil unrest that followed the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.


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