Two charged with Wisconsin Point vehicle break-insWhile two car-prowling suspects have made appearances in Douglas County Circuit Court, two others have yet to be charged.
By: Superior Telegram, Superior Telegram
While two car-prowling suspects have made appearances in Douglas County Circuit Court, two others have yet to be charged.
Kyle Dodrill, 26 and Sarah Moselle, 24, of Superior made initial appearances last week. Each faces one count felony identity theft and misdemeanor theft as parties to the crimes.
Cash bond of $500 was set for each with the condition they have no contact with Wisconsin Point, after a rash of car break-ins.
If convicted, they face up to six years and nine months imprisonment and a maximum of $20,000 in fines. Their next scheduled court appearance is Aug. 15.
According to the criminal complaint:
Two juveniles reported their car had been broken into on Wisconsin Point on July 4. A purse, credit cards, phone, cash and Kindle were stolen. Video recovered from local gas stations showed a male matching Dodrill’s description trying to use one of the stolen credit cards at ATM machines that same day. When he and Moselle were detained by police July 20, a number of credit cards were found in Dodrill’s pockets and numerous purses and other stolen items were located in Moselle’s car.
Moselle told police that she, Dodrill and two other Superior residents would go to Wisconsin Point and break into cars. She said one would watch the road, one would watch the beach and one would break into the car. They would steal purses, electronics or anything else they could take
It is believed they are responsible for as many as 30 car break-ins over the past two months, according to a news release issued by the Superior Police Department. The release also stated that two men – Bradley Irvin Poverud, 25, and Vincent Allen Burnham, 33, were caught breaking into cars on Wisconsin Point at the same time investigators were dealing with the Dodrill and Moselle.
Neither Poverud nor Burnham have been charged.