Fourth Gun Store Suspect Captured

William Isaiah McCamis (CCSO)
William Isaiah McCamis (CCSO)

The fourth suspect who ran from deputies after allegedly trying to burglarize a Nakina gun store is in custody.

William Isaiah McCamis, 18, was charged with multiple counts of breaking and entering,  larceny, and larceny of a firearm. His address was listed as 1553 Sarah’s Lane, Lot One, Nakina.

McCamis and three juveniles were caught on security video June 1 when they allegedly broke into the MT Outdoors gun store on Seven Creeks Highway, according to a report with the sheriff’s office. The owner alerted law enforcement of the break-in after being alerted by his security system.

When deputies arrived on the scene, the four suspects ran, jumping a fence and fleeing. They got away with two red dot sights and parts to an AR-15, but no complete firearms, the report said.

The other three juveniles were previously taken into custody and juvenile petitions sought against them, the sheriff’s office said.

McCamis was also charged with breaking into a home and stealing jewelry, a television and a revolver on May 21, and a separate break-in near his home on the same day. In that case he was alleged to have stolen a video gaming system.

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