Three teens jailed for bed and breakfast robbery Sunday in Jackson County
Three teens are in jail in Jackson County on robbery charges. Two of them are 18, the third is 15. All three were arrested following an early morning burglary at the Muleskinner Lodge bed and breakfast at 10910 W Road in Denison.
Eighteen-year-old Trevor James Hurteau and 18-year-old Christopher Lee McGee were named by Sheriff Tim Morse in a news release. The name of the 15-year-old was not released, as he is a juvenile. All three were arrested on burglary, theft, criminal damage to property and trespassing charges. The trio is said to have broken into the lodge after 1:30 a.m. Sunday and removed property. Hurteau and the 15-year-old are said to have done this twice before at the Muleskinner Lodge between November and mid-December of last year.
Sunday night, Jackson County Sheriff’s Deputies served a search warrant at a residence located at 307 Highland Avenue in Denison where the trio had been living. Deputies seized property believed to have been taken in the three burglaries. Hurteau and McGee are currently being held in the Jackson County Jail. The juvenile is being held in a juvenile detention facility. Bond has not been set yet.