Suspects indicted in connection to Seminole school burglary

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Updated: 10/02/2013 2:14 am
Two suspects were indicted in connection to a pair of burglaries at a Seminole school. 

The Primary school in the 600 block of Southwest Avenue B was targeted twice in July. Property, including iPads and other electronics, were taken. The school was also vandalized. Burglars reportedly smashed windows, water pipes, and emptied fire extinguishers in the building. Police reported the damage and clean-up costs totaled more than $58,000. 

A grand jury returned indictments against 18-year-old Joe Villalva for burglary of a building and theft between $1,500 and $20,000. Curtis Lynn Kelly, 17, was also indicted on those charges, as well as engaging in organized crime and criminal mischief. 

Both are being held at the Gaines County Jail. 
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