Two men identified in Kilgore's Pharmacy burglary

Monday, January 3, 2011 | 5:27 p.m. CST

COLUMBIA — Two men have been identified in last week's burglary of Kilgore's Pharmacy.

Andre J. Harvey Jr., 18, and Dewayne Theodore J. Carter, 19, of Columbia were named as suspects in the Dec. 30 burglary of Kilgore’s Pharmacy at 700 N. Providence Road.

A third man, Fabian Goldman, 18, was arrested earlier on suspicion of second-degree burglary, first-degree property damage and stealing. He is being held in Boone County Jail with a bail of $30,000.

There is now probable cause for arresting Harvey and Carter in connection with the Dec. 30 burglary, according to Jill Wieneke of the Columbia Police Department.

Officers responded to a 911 call at about 3:30 a.m.  A witness reported seeing a man try to throw a brick through the front of the pharmacy, according to a previous release from the police department.

Police at the scene saw a man running from the pharmacy. He was found later in the parking lot of Oaks Towers on North Garth Avenue.

In a review of a videotape, officers saw one man waiting outside the pharmacy as a lookout while two other men entered the business through the broken glass.

Goldman was identified as one of the three men, according to the release.

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