Two arrested in Hydra burglary

SANDPOINT — Sandpoint Police may have picked up a two-for-one special at the Hydra Steakhouse.

Officers who thwarted a burglary at the restaurant shortly after 3 a.m. on Sunday morning encountered a promising lead in a prior break-in at the establishment, according to an arrest report.

David Anthony Dorland and Tyler Bane Corirossi were charged with burglary after they were discovered outside the business. Dorland, the report said, gained access to the steakhouse’s roof using a trash container and a tree. Corirossi apparently served as lookout during the break-in attempt.

Dorland and Corirossi, both 20, made initial appearances in Bonner County Magistrate Court on Monday.

Judge Debra Heise set Dorland’s bail at $30,000 and Corirossi’s at $20,000, court records show. Public defenders were appointed to represent the duo.

Preliminary hearings in their respective cases are pending.

Dorland, according to the arrest report, said he decided to rip off the steakhouse after a dishwasher bragged about pulling off break-in at the restaurant that allegedly netted $2,100. The 16-year-old dishwasher is identified in the arrest report, but a search of the Idaho Statewide Trial Court Record System in Bonner County turned up no record of criminal charges pending against him.

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