Suspect in break-in waives hearing
July 5, 2018
A Minden man accused of breaking into an Ironwood pizza restaurant waived his preliminary hearing on Thursday.
Chad Hunter, 48, is facing a felony burglary charge in connection with the April 21 break-in at the Pizza Factory.
Hunter was arrested in April after a burglary at the restaurant.
He was ordered to appear in Douglas County District Court on July 16.
Hunter was arrested after security video showed a man matching Hunter's description breaking the front window.
Investigators linked the burglary with three other break-ins that occurred in the Ironwood center between Thanksgiving and Jan. 11, including a similar one at the Pizza Factory and another at the Dairy Queen on Dec. 29.
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