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Man accused of 4 burglaries in Dade City
Police say he and others stole lumber and a trailer from a city compound.
By Times Staff Writer
Published October 10, 2007
Detectives with the Dade City Police Department arrested William Michael Stephens, 44, of Zephyrhills on Tuesday and charged him with two counts of burglary and three counts of grand theft.
Police say that during the first week of October, Stephens along with other people who have not been identified, broke into the city of Dade City equipment yard on 10th Street on four separate occasions.
Once inside, police say the thieves took lumber being stored at the yard by Sunbelt Construction, along with a trailer belonging to D.A.B. Construction. Both companies are doing construction of a sidewalk system along the U.S. 98 bypass in Dade City. The total value of the stolen wood was $14,700 and the value of the stolen trailer was $5,000.
Stephens was arrested without incident and is also facing charges by the Pasco Sheriffs Office. Detectives recovered the stolen trailer along with a small amount of the stolen wood.
Anyone with information on these thefts is asked to call detective Joe Conrad or detective Michelle Meijas at the Dade City Police Department, (352) 521-1495.