OKANOGAN — Gloves, check. Face disguise, check. Crowbar, check. Court-ordered GPS ankle bracelet, check. Oops. Authorities say an Omak man who was convicted of breaking into the Okanogan Eagles hall in 2012 left numerous clues behind when the same fraternal club was broken into again on Tuesday.But the most unbelievable clue was that he wore an ankle monitoring bracelet that he was required to wear after a recent conviction, giving Okanogan County Sheriff’s deputies his every move that night.
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