A third man has been arrested in the Aug. 10 break-in of 60 self-storage units in Gaylord, Mich.
Police arrested Joseph Iseler, 18, on Aug. 18 in connection with the break-in of 49 units at APS Mini Warehouse on East Sixth Street and 11 units at Northend Storage on Fairview in Livingston Township. He’s currently being held in the Otsego County Jail on a $40,000 cash bond while awaiting a Thursday preliminary hearing.
John Cuca, 18, and Bronson Alejos, 19, were arrested two weeks ago and charged in the breaking and entering of the storage units as well as the theft of an ATV from the Alpine Soccer Complex.
Some of the stolen items were recovered at several residences and in a wooded area northwest of Gaylord, police said. The items included a moped, fishing poles and a telescope. The investigation is ongoing, and police believe there may be a fourth suspect.
APS Mini Warehouse is owned by Dave Baragrey. Northend Storage is owned by Rance Charboneau, an officer with the Gaylord City Police.