Omaha man arrested on burglary charge in Mills Co.

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May 2nd, 2013 by Ric Hanson

Sheriff’s officials in Mills County report the arrest on Tuesday of a Nebraska man on burglary charges. 34-year old Albert Thomas Fuller, of Omaha, faces a charge of 3rd degree Burglary. He was arrested at the Douglas County, NE, jail, and was being held on bond amounting to $5,000. And, Mills County deputies arrested 39-year old Brande Michelle Barnes, of Glenwood, on Wednesday. Barnes was picked up in Glenwood, on a warrant for Violation of School Attendance. Her bond was set at $300.

Authorities said also, no injuries were reported following a two-vehicle collision Sunday morning about two-miles north of Glenwood. The accident occurred on Gaston Avenue, at around 7:50-a.m. Officials say a 2001 Dodge driven by Jack Groves, of Glenwood, was traveling east on Gaston Avenue, when he hit a 2008 Honda driven by Mary Cooper, also of Glenwood.

The accident happened as Cooper was pulling out of a driveway from 23457 Gaston Avenue, and attempting to make a left turn. She told authorities she didn’t see Groves’ Dodge approaching. Groves told officials he tried to take evasive action, but was unable to avoid the collision. After his vehicle struck the Honda, it left the road and hit a tree before coming to rest in the north ditch.