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      Accused burglar to remain in jail for now

      Travis Newland is charged with first degree burglary

      A northeast Missouri man facing charges of felony burglary and an additional misdemeanor charge, will remain in jail.

      Travis Newland, 24, of Macon, is charged with first degree burglary and a misdemeanor count of endangering the welfare of a child. He remains in the Macon County jail under $20,000 cash only bond. According to court papers, Newland is accused of forcing his way into an apartment where a 13-year-old boy was at home. The victim told police he smelled intoxicants on the suspect and he was slurring his words. The victim managed to push Newland out of the apartment before locking the door. Newland was found by officers, passed out near the apartment.

      He was in court on Thursday.Previous story...Accused burglar arrested after passing out - Monday, December 17, 2012 The victim told police he smelled intoxicants on the suspect.