Area Man Caught Breaking into Storage Unit in Henderson Township Due Back in Court Thursday

HENDERSON TWP., Pa. (EYT) – An area man who was allegedly caught breaking into a storage unit in Henderson Township is due back in court on Thursday.

Court documents indicate a preliminary hearing for 29-year-old Logan Michael Shadeck, of Clearfield, that was continued on August 31 is scheduled to resume at noon on October 14.

Shadeck faces the following charges:

– Burglary – Not Adapted for Overnight Accommodation, No Person Present, Felony 2
– Theft By Unlawful Taking-Movable Property, Felony 3
– Criminal Mischief – Damage Property, Summary

He is currently free on $50,000.00 monetary bail.

The charges stem from a theft that occurred in Henderson Township in July.

Details of the case:

According to a criminal complaint, around 9:00 p.m. on July 8, Punxsutawney-based State Police were dispatched to a report of a burglary in progress at storage units located on State Route 119 in Henderson Township, Jefferson County, after a known female witness called to report someone had broken into her brother-in-law’s storage unit and was stealing the contents.

According to the complaint, the witness told police she was blocking the exit with her vehicle. She reported the suspects were in an orange Ford utility truck towing a trailer.

Police responded to the scene and reportedly found Logan Michael Shadeck sitting in the driver’s seat of the described truck, which was attached to a flatbed utility trailer.

The complaint states the witness told police there was another man who ran into the wooded area just before police arrived.

According to the complaint, the bed of the truck and the attached trailer were loaded with numerous household items.

Police then spoke to the witness’s husband who reported his brother rented two units at the location.

The lock and locking mechanism had been pried from the door of one of the units and the contents had been removed, the complaint states.

When Shadeck was questioned, he reportedly told police he was there to help Tyler Holt move his belongings out of a storage unit. He stated Holt had opened the door but said he didn’t see Holt open it. He also told police he did not know where Holt lived or have a phone number for him.

According to the complaint, Shadeck also told police that before he ran, Holt stated “hey, sorry, I have warrants, I have to go.”

The truck and the trailer were towed from the scene to the Punxsutawney-based State Police station so the items could be properly documented.

Shadeck was arraigned in front of Magisterial District Judge David B. Inzana at 10:30 a.m. on July 9.

Case Against Tyler Holt:

The following charges were also filed against Holt through Magisterial District Judge David B. Inzana’s office on July 9:

– Burglary – Not Adapted for Overnight Accommodation, No Person Present, Felony 2
– Theft By Unlawful Taking-Movable Property, Felony 3
– Criminal Mischief – Damage Property, Summary

A preliminary hearing for his case has not yet been scheduled.


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