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Arrest made in Lake Hallie business theft

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Lake Hallie (Press Release) - Jacob Sweeney age 37 (NO PERMANENT ADDRESS) has been arrested through a joint investigation with the Chippewa County Sheriff's Department and the Lake Hallie Police Department. Both agencies served search warrants at several locations and recovered most of the property stolen. The initial information was provided with assistance from the Sand Creek Constable in Dunn County.  Jacob Sweeney will appear in court on 10/15/13 @ 1:30 pm., on multiple charges including Burglary, Theft of Movable Property - greater than $10,000, OPERATING a Motor Vehicle Without Owner's Consent, Misdemeanor Bail Jumping, Receiving Stolen Property.

 

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Lake Hallie (Press Release) - On Monday 10/07/13 at approximately 5:44 a.m. Lake Hallie officers were notified of a Burglary to the American Fencing Company located on 118th Street. It was determined that the building was broken into after the close of business on Friday October 4, 2013 and was discovered on Monday. Whoever gained access climbed over a fence and forced open a door. Once inside the building multiple tools were stolen. It is believed that the miscellaneous tools were loaded into a company owned pickup truck and driven away.

Stolen was a Silver 2013 Dodge Ram Truck WI plates JZ5980, yellow Champion generator, Hobart welder, gas torches, Stihl chop saw and other miscellaneous tools as well as cash. The truck has "American Fence Company" stickers on the doors.

This burglary is an active case.

Updated – The stolen Silver 2013 Dodge Ram Truck was recovered on Monday October 07, 2013 at about 4:30pm in Sand Creek Township, Dunn County. The vehicle has been towed back to the Lake Hallie Police Department to be processed for evidence. 

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Lake Hallie (Press Release) - On Monday 10/07/13 at approximately 5:44 a.m. Lake Hallie officers were notified of a burglary to the American Fencing Company located on 118th Street.

It was determined that the building was broken into after the close of business on Friday October 4, 2013 and was discovered on Monday. Whoever gained access climbed over a fence and forced open a door. Once inside the building multiple tools were stolen. It is believed that the miscellaneous tools were loaded into a company owned pickup truck and driven away.

Stolen was a Silver 2013 Dodge Ram Truck WI plates JZ5980, yellow Champion generator, Hobart welder, gas torches, Stihl chop saw and other miscellaneous tools as well as cash. The truck has "American Fence Company" stickers on the doors.

This burglary is an active case.

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