Man Arrested After Breaking into WV Fire Station on Multiple Occasions

The Silverton Volunteer Fire Department station. Photo via Google Street View.

Robert Williams was arrested after officials say he played a role in breaking into a fire department in Jackson County (WV) on multiple occasions, reports wsaz.com. He was taken to the South Central Regional Jail where he’s being held on $50,000 bond.

Police officials say the 31-year-old Williams had a hand in a camper theft from the Silverton Volunteer Fire Department substation last week; the official added that the department was broken into twice. Along with the camper, an ATV, weed eater, gas can, and bunker coat were taken. Locks were broken and a hole was cut in the fence.

Some of the items, including the ATV, were found in Wirt County, but investigators say the camper is still missing.

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