Two men indicted in gun shop break-ins


By Darrell Wacker

dwacker@AIMMediaMidwest.com

VANDALIA — Two men have been indicted in connection to the June 2016 attempt to break into Vandalia Tactical on N. Dixie Drive.

Michael D. Hanson, 20, and Brandon D’Michael Warden, 20, were indicted by a Montgomery County Grand Jury for a break-in at Dayton Armory in Beavercreek and the attempted break-in at Vandalia Tactical.

Hanson was indicted on seven total counts that include engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity, a first degree felony, grand theft of a firearm, breaking and entering, receiving stolen property, attempted burglary, two counts of attempt to commit grand theft (firearm), and attempt to commit breaking and entering.

Hanson is currently in custody at the Shelby County Jail whose records indicate he is being held of federal drug charges.

Warden faces grand theft (firearm), breaking and entering, and receiving stolen property (firearm). He is not currently in custody and a warrant has issued for his arrest.

The arraignment of both men is set for Sept. 5

Brandon D. Warden, left, and Michael D. Hanson, right, have been indicted in connection with a break-in at Dayton Armory in Beavercreek and the attempted break-in at Vandalia Tactical last June.

 

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