TWO CHARGED WITH WINTER BURGLARIES

by Gair on May 16, 2013

MADISON POLICE SAY TWO HALF BROTHERS HAVE BEEN CHARGED IN CONNECTION WITH MORE THAN A DOZEN BURGLARIES IN MADISON AND TAMWORTH THIS WINTER.

SGT. TED COLBY – WHO WORKED WITH HIS WIFE, SGT. PENNY COLBY OF THE TAMWORTH POLICE DEPARTMENT, TO INVESTIGATE THE BREAK-INS – SAYS 17-YEAR-OLD FRANK DREW OF TAMWORTH AND 21-YEAR-OLD DAN LEVESQUE OF OSSIPEE ARE EACH CHARGED WITH 14 FELONY COUNTS OF ACCOMPLICE TO BURGLARY, FOR ALLEGEDLY BEING PRESENT AND HELPING OUT AT 10 INCIDENTS IN TAMWORTH AND FOUR IN MADISON.

DREW AND LEVESQUE WERE ARRESTED TUESDAY AND A JUDGE IN OSSIPEE SET BAIL FOR EACH AT $10,000 CASH OR SURETY.

COLBY SAYS INVESTIGATORS GOT INFORMATION THE TWO MEN ALLEGEDLY HAD STOLEN PROPERTY THAT WAS TAKEN FROM MOSTLY UNOCCUPIED SEASONAL HOMES FROM MID JANUARY UNTIL EARLY APRIL, 2013.

COLBY DECLINES TO GO INTO DETAIL BUT HE DOES SAY SOME OF THE ITEMS ALLEGEDLY STOLEN DURING THE BURGLARIES HAVE BEEN RECOVERED.

HE ASKS ANYONE WHO THINKS THEY MAY HAVE BEEN A VICTIM OF ONE OF THE BURGLARIES TO CALL THEIR LOCAL POLICE DEPARTMENT.

BOTH SUSPECTS ARE DUE BACK IN COURT MAY 21, 2013.

THE CARROLL COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE AND POLICE DEPARTMENTS FROM OSSIPEE AND CONWAY ALSO ASSISTED IN THE CASES.

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