Suspect in local mini-warehouse burglaries arrested
The Ellis County Press
FERRIS - Sam Love, investigator for the Ferris Police Department issued a warrant for the arrest of Charles Edward Reindollar Tuesday, April 13.
Mini warehouse burglaries have been an issue as well as concern for the past couple months in town.
On Monday, February 1 , Officer Walter Weiss was on patrol and around 10:55 p.m., noticed a pickup truck at the Storage Place on FM 664.
Driving was Reindollar,37, with traffic warrants out of Seagoville and driving with an invalid license.
The passenger, also with an invalid license, is currently being investigated at this time according to Love.
"Before the truck was to be impounded, Charles Schubarth, came forth saying he
was missing baby furniture, clothes and various other items out of storage," said Love.
"Sure enough, we obtained a warrant to search the truck and they[the missing goods] were there."
With help from the Dallas Police Department and a caller whom wishes to remain anonymous, Reindollar was arrested at Second Time Around, a secondhand warehouse shop in Dallas, Friday, April 23 for burglary of a building.
Burglary of a Building is a state jail felony with a maximum 2 year sentence if found guilty.
Love is currently searching for the other parties involved.
If anyone has any information that may be helpful, they are urged to contact the Ferris PD at 972-544-2225.