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Windsor Man Accused of Stockpiling Scrap in Pa.

 

Kathy Whyte/WNBF News

A Windsor man is accused of stockpiling scrap on several properties in Susquehanna County.

Pennsylvania State Police say they arrested Lucas Rumola at around 4 p.m. March 4 following complaints from residents who said they saw a strange man walking around properties and looking into sheds and barns.

Troopers say one resident confronted Rumola, who became belligerent and threatening.

Authorities followed tracks in the snow and found Rumola nearby.

He was taken into custody, charged with burglary and sent to the Susquehanna County Jail when he was unable to post bail.

Troopers say Rumola was stockpiling the scrap on residents’ properties with the intention to remove the stolen material later.

 

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