And then there was a third person confronted by the vigilantes: a man who got into a scuffle Philips Xenon they tried to detain him against his will, troopers spokeswoman Megan Peters said. "We have to investigate the whole thing," Peters said. "It's a big mess that we're looking into and we're trying to sort out to make sure that Philips Xenon on sale appropriate action is taken, whatever it might be." The break-ins began shortly after Raven Rainwater, 15, ran away from home with her boyfriend, Chaunce Hoxie, 20, on Dec. 16, according to court documents. In the time since, cabins and businesses, many near Cottonwood Lane and Birch Haven Road, were broken into and rifled through. The thieves stole necessities like food, but also jewelry and weapons. Philips Xenon sale stolen from the cabin of Mark Cocke, who would later be involved in the citizen's arrest on Monday, included a Ruger .44 Magnum pistol and about $20,000 in jewelry, according to an affidavit filed in court by trooper Sgt. Philips hid kit Nordgaarden.
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