CPD Detectives Awarded for Burglary Investigation

By Zoellick, Sarah | Wyoming Tribune-Eagle (Cheyenne, WY), February 15, 2017 | Go to article overview

CPD Detectives Awarded for Burglary Investigation


Zoellick, Sarah, Wyoming Tribune-Eagle (Cheyenne, WY)


Print hed : CPD detectives awarded for burglary investigation Online hed : Cheyenne Police Department recognizes detectives for burglary investigation At a glance Several detectives on the Cheyenne Police Department's Community Action Team were issued a unit citation Monday for their roles in investigating the Marv's Other Place burglary that happened in November 2016. The investigation reportedly involved 17 interviews, 22 search warrants and 15 undercover/covert operations conducted during a six-week span.

Wyoming Tribune Eagle CHEYENNE - The Cheyenne Police Department issued a unit citation Monday to several members of its detective division to recognize their work in investigating the Marv's Other Place burglary that happened in November 2016.

Fifteen guns were stolen from the pawn shop during the Nov. 16 burglary. The ensuing investigation led police to 32-year-old David Labriola, who detectives linked to the Marv's incident and several other business and house burglaries around Cheyenne, including a theft Nov. 15 at Ameri -Tech HVAC Services, 2505 Ridge Road, and the Big O Tires break-ins.

The investigation conducted by the department's Community Action Team spanned six weeks, according to a news release about the unit citation. It involved 17 interviews, 22 search warrants and 15 undercover/covert operations.

Detectives Edwards, Fahling, Hutchinson, Reiber and Willmarth , who police identified only by their last names to preserve undercover anonymity, all received the award. …

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