Hull, Iowa — A Rock Valley man and a Hull teen have been charged in connection with an investigation into an alleged burglary at a school in Hull.
The Sioux County Sheriff’s Office says that in the early hours this Wednesday, February 11, they investigated activity at Trinity Christian High School, 1811 Hayes Avenue, in Hull.
The deputies apprehended two people inside of the school. The deputies were investigating suspected burglaries, and say they caught two perpetrators in the act of committing crimes.
Twenty-five-year-old Matthew Kraayenbrink of Rock Valley and a 17-year-old Hull boy were apprehended after they allegedly unlawfully entered the school with the intention of committing criminal activity.
Deputies say Kraayenbrink was charged with second degree burglary, third degree burglary and using a juvenile to commit a criminal offense.
The boy was cited into juvenile court on a third degree burglary charge, and was released to his parents.