Lamar, Mo. Man Arrested After Home Town Business Burglary, Citizens Speak Loud Online | KSNF / KODE
“We don’t need our small businesses to be in trouble here. Citizen Lamar concerned
LAMAR, Mo. – Lamar Police detectives have investigated a series of break-ins at small local businesses. The reaction on social media immediately after the break-ins was strong.
- “I’m so crazy to see this right now! Literally my favorite place for coffee. WE
- “It’s terrible. Running a small business is tough and even more difficult when you have to deal with the company shit!” PA
- “I’m so sorry you lost 3 days of income! I hate it for you guys! DG
- “What the hell first the Grind and now TSS, what’s going on on Lamar PD!?!” HD
- “I’m so sorry! We don’t need our small businesses to be in trouble here. The Grind didn’t deserve this and you didn’t deserve this. Do they think they’re the same people? BA
According to a news release from LPD. A burglary report was reported on Tuesday, November 2, 2021 at the Grind Coffee Shop, 1206 Cherry Street.
On Monday, November 8, 2021, they received two more reports of corporate burglaries, the Tea Shirt Shoppe, the 807A Gulf and the Robert Harney Auto Shop.
“Cody B. Haggard, 20, of Lamar, MO, was arrested on three counts of second degree burglary and resistance arrest. Probable cause affidavits submitted to Barton County District Attorney for review of formal charges. “- Lamar Police Department
Also this week, Lamar Police are releasing details of ongoing investigations. One person is not in custody at the moment.
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