Two indicted for burglary, theft

A Juneau grand jury handed down a pair of indictments Friday to two men in separate felony burglary and theft cases.

Anthony B. Kalk, 30, was charged with three counts of second-degree theft and one count of first-degree burglary. According to the charging documents, he stole a rifle, handgun and other property from a Juneau residence on May 2.

Second-degree theft is a class C felony that can carry a punishment of up to five years in prison. First-degree burglary is a class B felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison.

Kalk made his first court appearance on May 4 during an arraignment in Juneau District Court, but his case will now be moved to Juneau Superior Court. His next court appearance was not listed in court records.

Michael R. Walker, 26, was indicted on four burglary and theft charges Friday as well. Charging documents allege that Walker’s offenses stemmed from a burglary on April 15.

Walker’s burglary charges are first-degree burglary and first-degree aiding and abetting burglary, both class B felonies. He also faces a second-degree theft and second-degree theft by receiving charge, both which are class C felonies.

Walker, too, made his first court appearance during an arraignment May 4. His next court appearance in Superior Court has not been scheduled yet.

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