Two face charges in ICO burglariesTwo teens have been arrested in connection with a July 5 burglary at the ICO convenience store in Superior’s South End.
By: Superior Telegram, Superior Telegram
Two teens have been arrested in connection with a July 5 burglary at the ICO convenience store in Superior’s South End.
Dylan Joseph Moore, 18, of Superior and Dominick Allen Moore, 17, of Maple face felony burglary and misdemeanor theft charges stemming from the incident.
Dylan Moore made an initial appearance Aug. 19 in Douglas County Circuit Court; he faces arraignment following a preliminary hearing Wednesday, according to online court records. His next court appearance is Sept. 3.
A $2,000 signature bond was set and Moore was ordered to have no contact with Superior ICO.
A criminal complaint has been filed against Dominick Moore, but he has not appeared in court in Douglas County yet.
On July 5, the South End ICO, 5926 Tower Ave., was burglarized and a large quantity of cigarettes were taken, according to a news release issued by Superior Deputy Chief Nick Alexander. A similar burglary and theft took place at the Billings Park ICO, 2704 N. 21st St., two days earlier.
Leads were developed that resulted in the identification of both teens as suspects in the South End ICO burglary. The investigation resulted in the arrest of Dylan Moore on Aug. 17.
A criminal complaint and warrant was filed Aug. 22 for the arrest of Dominick Moore. Authorities were able to track Dominick Moore to Garden City, S.C. Law enforcement in South Carolina was contacted, and he was taken into custody there Aug. 27. Dominick Moore will be extradited to Douglas County, Alexander said.
The two men are believed to be cousins, according to Alexander. Their involvement in other similar burglaries continues to be investigated.