Police, DNR arrest Wisconsin Point, Canal Park car prowlersDuluth and Superior police and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources caught four suspects in a series of car prowling incidents on Wisconsin Point and Canal Park.
Duluth and Superior police and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources caught four suspects in a series of car prowling incidents on Wisconsin Point and Canal Park.
Friday, investigators with the Superior Police Department conducted surveillance on two suspects believed to be involved in the rash of car break-ins over the past two months.
The surveillance brought the investigators to a local motel in Duluth where they contacted Duluth police investigators for their assistance.
After several hours of watching and following the two suspects, they were taken into custody in West Duluth after checking out of one hotel and heading for another. Those suspects were identified as Kyle Matthew Dodrill, 26, and Sarah Moselle, 24, of Superior.
Many stolen items were recovered from their vehicle to include purses, checkbooks, credit cards, electronics, cameras, and more. It is believed that they are responsible for 20-30 car break-ins over the past two months.
As investigators were dealing with these two suspects in Duluth a Wisconsin DNR officer caught two other adult males breaking into cars on Wisconsin Point. Those two suspects were identified as 25 yr. old Bradley Irvin Poverud, 25, and Vincent Allen Burnham, 33, of Superior.
Further investigation that afternoon and over the weekend showed all four suspects have been part of this car prowling operation and had been working together as a team in these thefts, according to Superior Police Capt. Nicolas Alexander.