Two Arrested in Abdingdon

Two Abingdon residents are charged after police say they broke into a home.
Police say they responded to the 500 block of Norfolk Street just before 9 p.m. Friday night in response to a breaking and entering of a residence.
They said upon arrival, officers found the doors to the mobile home were unlocked. They checked the residence and discovered one room was barricaded at both entrances. Officers said they could hear movement inside the room but couldn't get a response from the people inside.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office K-9 Unit and Tactical Team were dispatched to the residence for assistance. When the suspects heard the K-9 unit, officers began to see movement in the underpinning of the mobile home.
Officers removed the underpinning and arrested 21-year-old Kandust M. Garrett and 20-year-old Harvey R. Reynolds, both of Abingdon.
They both are charged with Obstruction of Justice (which means any act that is intended to interfere with the administration of justice which is a federal offense for which the sentence may be ten years imprisonment)  and Common Law Trespassing.

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