According to a police report, an officer responding to an alarm at Tri-State Pallett Co. on Sherman Ave., found the two men inside the business just after 7 p.m. Sunday night.
The officer ordered the two men to the ground and handcuffed them before taking them to jail.
The officer found a damaged vending maching and toolbox, as well as a broken window in the business.
The officer also charged Stevens with possession of criminal tools after he was found with a bag and drill in his hands.
Steven’s entered a not guilty plea in court to breaking and entering and possession of criminal tools. A judge set his bond at $2,000.
Clyde Neighbors entered a not guilty plea to breaking and entering. His bond was set at $1,500.
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