Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Nevada Police Arrest Burglary Suspect and Recover Property

Jeremy M. Haral
On October 26, 2015, police were dispatched to the W. F. Norman, located in the 200 block of N. Cedar.

The owner reported to police that the establishment had been burglarized during the overnight hour of October 25 – 26. A business door had been forced which allowed the suspect to unsuccessfully attempt entry into a business safe and ultimately steal $3,400 dollars in copper art and various tools.


Police processed the crime scene and recovered latent fingerprint evidence. Investigators reported the crime to scrap yard operators to solicit their help in this case. This led to the identification of a suspect and recovery of the copper art work. Detectives followed investigative leads to the 800 block of E. Ashland where police located the suspect.

Upon initial contact the subject fled the scene with police in foot pursuit. He was captured by officers about one block from the scene and transported to the Nevada Police station where he received the Miranda warning and was interviewed. Police recovered the stolen tools, a large amount of copper artwork and keys to the company truck that was unsuccessfully stolen from the business.

The suspect was searched and handcuffed by Nevada Police before transport to the Vernon County Jail.

The suspect, an 18 year old Nevada resident was identified as Jeremy M. Haral and remains in custody on the following charges from the Vernon County Associate Circuit Court;


  • Burglary 2 Degree C Felony 
  • Stealing C Felony
  • Resisting Arrest D Felony

Bond was set at $25,000 cash only.

Citizens are encouraged to contact the police if they have any information that would be helpful to combat crime.

For questions regarding crime prevention techniques or to start a Neighborhood Watch Program, contact the Nevada Police Department at 448 – 5100.

To report criminal activities call 911, 417-448-2710 or us the Tip Hotline 417- 448 - 5117. Any and all information will be kept confidential.