Sheriff’s Department updates on Paris burglary case, passes on tips

Representatives of the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department gave interested Paris residents an update on the recent rash of burglaries in the town as well as and some information about protecting their valuables and Neighborhood Watch at a community meeting at Town Hall Wednesday night.

Representing the Sheriff’s Department were Lt. Richard Heyden, Detective Peggy Hafke, Detective Pat Istvanek and Sgt. Gil Benn.

Here’s video of  Heyden’s update on the case:

Here, Heyden describes the big break in the case:

In answer to an audience question, Hafke describes how the accused picked a home and executed their burglaries:

The case went well beyond Western Kenosha County, detectives said:

Heyden explained the difficulties of finding good evidence in cases like the Paris burglaries:

The detectives also described some good practices for being able to get your goods back if they are stolen:

Below is a slide show that Benn shared regarding preventing burglaries:


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