WENATCHEE — Two juveniles — a 14-year-old from East Wenatchee and a 17-year-old from Wenatchee — are scheduled for trial this month for a Malaga burglary which netted about 30 firearms valued at more than $20,000. Police say two of those guns were later found in the possession of Wenatchee Valley gangmembers. The two youth suspects in the break-in are charged with first-degree burglary while armed with a deadly weapon, plus 24 counts each of theft of a firearm. Chelan County detectives say the two used a shotgun to shoot out the locks on the door of a Malaga gunsmith…
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