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Naked burglary suspect arrested near Pocahontas

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CLEAN BUSTED: Jackie Cagle. - KARK
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  • CLEAN BUSTED: Jackie Cagle.
Crime blotter item of the day from KARK

Jackie Cagle, 39, of Maynard, was arrested by officers responding to a burglary report near Pocahontas.

Tribble and three other officers went to the residence, where they found Cagle naked. Officers conducted a search of the home and found a pair of shorts with a glass pipe lying on top of them.

Cagle admitted that the shorts were his. Officers also found methamphetamine near a television set and marijuana was found in a cigarette box. When asked why he was naked in someone else's home, Cagle told officers he needed to take a shower.

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