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Three teens get probation in Cape burglary
A judge placed three Cape Girardeau teenagers on probation Monday after all three pleaded guilty to their roles in the October burglary of a house on Briarwood Drive.
Judge Benjamin Lewis suspended imposition of sentences for all three -- Ombreis D. Watson, Melvine Stuckey and Aaliyah B. Curry -- instead placing each on five years of supervised probation.
The three were arrested in October after Cape Girardeau police said they matched a description given by witnesses who saw suspicious activity at the home.
Two women and a man were seen fleeing the scene upon the police's response. The three teenagers were found by police as they canvassed the area, police said.
1900 Briarwood Drive, Cape Girardeau, Mo.