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2 men accused of multiple burglaries in Bell Township

Paul Peirce
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Kiski Valley state police arrested two men this week in connection with a series of burglaries in which a utility vehicle, go-carts, cans of fuel, tools and auto parts that were reported stolen in December in Bell Township.

Michael Lint, 36, of Armstrong County and David “Ziggy” Ziegenhagen, 36, an inmate in the Westmoreland County jail, were arraigned on multiple counts of burglary, receiving stolen property, criminal conspiracy and theft in connection with the burglaries that occurred between Dec. 5 and 8.

Lint was arraigned Tuesday before Washington Township District Judge Jason Buczak and ordered held in the county jail after failing to post $100,000 bail.

Ziegenhagen, formerly of Verona, was remanded to the county jail on $40,000 bail.

Trooper Paige Shreffler reported in arrest papers that many of the stolen items were recovered at an Allegheny Township residence on Carter Lane. Charges are pending against a 42-year-old resident there, according to court documents.

Shreffler reported in court documents the thefts occurred in the 4900 block of Route 819, the 300 block of Larimer Road, the 2300 block of Route 286 and 200 block of Stewart Street.

Ziegenhagen has been held in the county jail since December for failure to appear at a hearing on unauthorized use of a motor vehicle filed by Allegheny Township police.

Preliminary hearings on the recent complaints are scheduled for March 4 before Buczak.

Paul Peirce is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Paul at 724-850-2860, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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