INOLA, Okla. -- A man was arrested Sunday afternoon on counts of burglary at Inola Elementary School.
Police were sent around 3:30 p.m. to investigate a possible break-in at the school after a witness saw a person wearing a mask near the school.
Officers found the man, who was identified as Chadwick Warden, 45, in a vehicle on school property, and after obtaining permission to search his vehicle, located a stocking-type burglary mask, a pry bar and school identification tags, which came from inside the school.
While Warden was being booked into jail, police said they found cash and money cards marked with school identification on his person.
Warden was arrested on a count of second-degree burglary and possession of burglary tools.
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