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2 charged with trying to steal guns from Kalamazoo Co. business

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Jeremy Sangsland (left) and Evan Fisher

KALAMAZOO COUNTY, Mich. — Two teenagers have been charged after allegedly breaking into an Oshtemo Township business and attempting to steal guns.

According to online jail records, Jeremy Sangsland, 18, of Lawton and 17-year-old Evan Fisher of Mattawan are both behind bars on charges of breaking and entering a building with intent.

Both suspects were arrested Sunday at D&R Sports Center.   Kalamazoo County deputies say the pair cut power to the business, broke through an outside wall and were going to steal guns.

They were both charged Monday in connection with the incident and will be back in court later this month.


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