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DNA helps authorities make arrest in 2010 burglary

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John Earl Gregory III John Earl Gregory III

More than two years after a burglary near Carterville, Missouri the results from DNA testing are completed, and a man is arrested for the crime.

In February 2010 authorities were called to a burglary of a residence and camper.

John Earl Gregory III, age 28 of Neck City, was arrested April 11, 2012.

Gregory is charged with 2nd degree burglary.

His bond is set at $5,000.

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