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Man faces burglary charges in Grand Forks

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A Fort Totten, N.D., man is facing charges for burglary after court documents allege he took about $10,000 worth of goods from a home.

Stetson Cole Walkingeagle, who also goes by the name Adrian Jerome Frederick Jr., 25, could spend up to five years in prison if convicted.

A Grand Forks man called police Sept. 4 to notify them someone had entered his home between Aug. 31 and Sept. 4 and taken two guns and an Xbox 360, an affidavit said.

Court documents said the Xbox was found during a probation check of Walkingeagle's girlfriend's home and the owner told police he knew Walkingeagle.

Police were notified Sept. 14 that Walkingeagle pawned a 7 mm bolt-action rifle, which was identified as one of the stolen guns, according to court documents.

Police said they believe he took the firearms and other property, which totaled about $10,000.