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Thursday, September 20, 2018

Paulin home burglary
Cocke County authorities are investigating a Monday Aggravated Burglary incident in which the homeowner says a rifle was pointed at him. Michael Paulin, Bison Road, Cosby, told Deputy Zach Shelton he was away from his home for a short time, returning just after 10 am. As Paulin entered the home, he observed two burglars in his bedroom. One of the intruders was holding a rifle, pointed it at him, and then both fled the residence. Investigators believe the home was entered through a basement window but the burglars were unable to force open the door leading to the living room. In addition, there was evidence that an attempt had been made to pry open the door. A bedroom closet door also had pry marks but had not been entered. Paulin says both burglars, believed to be males, wore long pants and camouflage shirts. One wore a black bandanna and the other wore a ski mask. One was shorter and the other was tall. The only missing item is the $350 .22 rifle, and the damage to the doors totals $850.

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