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Greenwood Man Charged with Attempted Breaking and Entering

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At approximately 10:50 p.m. on February 20, 2021, the Greenwood Police Department was dispatched to the Walmart store, located at 551 Liberty Drive, Greenwood.

A witness reported seeing a man wearing an orange hoodie and carrying two backpacks going through the parking lot, pulling on door handles before walking into the tree line in the area near Tractor Supply.

Once the officers arrived on the scene, they met with a store manager to view surveillance footage and were able to verify the witness’s statement. The officers located footprints in the snow in that area and discovered a male sitting low next to a tree, approximately 40-50 yards up a hill. The officers converged with the suspect in the vacant lot next to Greenwood Collision.

The suspect was identified as Doyle M. Fuller, 44, of Greenwood. Officers were not able to verify if Fuller was in possession of any stolen property, but noted that he was unsuccessful in gaining entry into any vehicles.

Fuller was placed under arrest and transported to the Sebastian County Adult Detention Center. He was charged with breaking and entering – catchall, a class D felony. Fuller was released on legally sufficient bond on February 23 at 10:12 a.m.

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