Tuesday, 14 January 2014 16:09

On January 11, 2014 minutes before midnight, deputies with the Millard County Sheriff’s Office responded to an alarm at Service Drug in Fillmore.  When they arrived, they found that an unknown suspect had gained entry, stole items from the store and fled quickly.  Evidence showed that it was the same suspect who committed a similar crime there in mid December. 


About midday on January 13, 2014, deputies arrested Adrian Louis Romero, age 39, of Fillmore for both burglaries.  The investigation continued through out the day involving several Millard County Sheriff’s deputies assisted by agents from the Central Utah Narcotics Task Force and Utah Adult Probation and Parole.  Search warrants were served on a house and a truck.  Later in the day, Talon Kessler, age 21 of Fillmore was arrested for his involvement in the January 11, 2013 incident.


Both subjects were booked into the Millard County Jail.  Romero was booked on charges of Burglary, Theft and Possession of Controlled Substance.  Kessler was booked on a single Burglary charge


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