A Texoma man is behind bars accused of breaking into several homes. Iowa park police were dispatched to different homes in reference to a burglary, between March 9th and the 11th.
On March 9th, an officer was dispatched in reference to a burglary of a habitation. Upon arrival, the officer spoke with a person who stated that an unknown person entered her residence though a window and stole several items including: several pieces of inexpensive costume jewelry, a rechargeable flashlight and a cordless screwdriver.
On March 10th, an officer was dispatched in reference to a burglary of a habitation. Upon arrival, a person stated that he left his residence late in the morning and returned mid-afternoon and noticed than an unknown person entered his residence without his consent, rummaged through his drawers and stole and old coin collection, a loaf of bread and a canister of Nesquik.
On March 11, 2011, a resident of Iowa Park came to the Police Department making a statement stating that between the evening of the 9th and afternoon of the 10th, an unknown person entered her residence without her permission and stole money and a Sony handy cam.
On the 11th, Police saw Tanner Conway,19, walking around, knocking on doors in the area of the burglaries. Conway told officers he was looking for work painting houses and that he lived on Pecan street. Officers went to the address and discovered Conway wasn't supposed to be living there. Inside the residence, officers found a bag containing much of the items stolen during the recent burglaries.