April 6, 2005
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arrested last month after a homeowner interrupted a burglary in progress, have
now been charged with 17 vehicle burglaries, dating back to last November.
of Sheffield Road, returning home for lunch on March 16, recognized two teenagers
jumping the fence to flee from his backyard. The two, Robert
Alan McKuhen (pictured left), age 14 (5-22-1990) and Colin
Tourjee (pictured right), age 15, were arrested that day,
after leading Deputies on a foot chase. Entry
to the home had apparently been made through a “doggie door.”
Subsequent investigation developed McKuhen and Tourjee as suspects in a
series of vehicle burglaries in the Ocean City area.
In each case, residents reported someone had entered unlocked vehicles,
removing small items including cellular telephones, money, and cigarettes.
The Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office served 17 felony warrants on
Tourjee and McKuhen yesterday (Tuesday) afternoon at the Juvenile Detention
Center in Crestview. An 18th warrant was served on McKuhen for a residential
for more information contact Rick Hord, Public Information Officer
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