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Sterling Man Faces More Burglary Charges

Sterling, Okla_A man accused of burglarizing cars and homes last October in Sterling was released on bond less than two weeks ago but now he's back in jail.

Robert Louiselle Jr. is now facing two more charges of 2nd degree burglary and eluding an officer in Sterling. According to an affidavit, police saw Louiselle breaking into a car early Saturday morning.

When he saw police, Louiselle took off running, but he tripped and fell and was caught by police.
When police searched the area, they found other items reported stolen by Sterling residents.

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