A Stonewall man accused of stealing a flat-screen televsion was released on his own recognizance Monday two days after his arrest.
Dakota Clifford, 19, is facing charges of second-degree burglary and false declaration of ownership to a pawnbroker. If convicted, he could be ordered to serve up to five years in prison on each count.
His attorney, Rob Neal of Ada, was not immediately available for comment Monday afternoon.
Clifford’s next court date is set for 2 p.m. Sept. 19.
Clifford is accused of kicking in the back door of a home in the 300 block of East Ninth on May 16 and stealing the victim’s flat-screen TV, valued at $300, Stonewall Police Chief Jason Teel said. The victim had kept the TV’s serial number, which helped police track it down.
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