Police nab burglary suspect
LINDEN &8212; An ongoing burglary case in Linden is nearing an end, Interim Police Chief Scott McClure said Tuesday.
Devaun &8220;Quan&8221; Tucker, 29, of Linden, is in custody for five counts of burglary in the third degree, McClure said. Tucker is believed to have entered a residence on five separate occasions from Oct. 14 to Nov. 3 and stolen numerous weapons.
McClure, along with Officer Tony Gary of the Linden Police Department and Marengo County Sheriff&8217;s deputies James Smith and Randy Sanders, confiscated eight long guns and one pistol from Tucker&8217;s residence in Linden.
After speaking with the owner, McClure said they believe they have recovered all of the stolen weapons.
The investigation was done in conjunction with the sheriff&8217;s department, which was working on a similar burglary case. Tucker is believed to be a suspect in the burglary case, which is in the county&8217;s jurisdiction. The investigation is ongoing.