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Pair of homes raided by Comanche Co. Sheriff's Department

LAWTON, Okla._ Two Lawton homes were raided by the Comanche Co. Sheriff’s Department Tuesday.

Comanche County Sheriff Kenny Stradley said the search was in response to a couple of recent home burglaries in the county.

Armed with search warrants, investigators arrested a man at a home at 24th and Douglas Street where they recovered suspected stolen property before heading to another house in the city’s east Pioneer Park neighborhood.

"We just hit one and we got got some stolen property from that burglary and we just now went in the door at this one," said Comanche County Sheriff Kenny Stradley.

As of Tuesday night investigators had not said if additional arrests were made.
  
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