Marlin police recover stolen merchandise
by Denise Schoppe
Staff writer

The Marlin Democrat
November 02, 2005


Marlin Police Department recovered stolen merchandise from a home in Marlin following a three and a half week investigation.

Suspected organized criminal activity prompted the issuance of a search warrant for 433 Chambers in Marlin by County Judge Tom Sehon. Marlin Police officers, with the assistance of the Falls County District Attorney’s office, executed the search warrant. After gaining entrance into the home, the stolen merchandise was discovered, and after receiving consent from the homeowner, Sylvia Tobias, the search continued and the merchandise was confiscated.

Items recovered were two DVD players, a VCR, a PlayStation 2 system, Nintendo 64 system, an XBOX, 51 DVD movies, 256 CDs and several spray cans of paint that may have been used in graffiti markings around Marlin.

The items recovered were taken from homes throughout Marlin as well as other jurisdictions. Arrest warrants are currently pending for several juveniles and one adult, names being withheld, suspected of taking part in the thefts.

“They are a self-proclaimed criminal street gang,” Detective Sgt. A.P. Turner said. “They’re out of control.”
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