ROSEBURG, Ore. — An Oregon State Police (OSP) trooper, with the assistance of Roseburg police, arrested a man late Tuesday night after investigating suspicious circumstances at an auto repair shop near the OSP Roseburg office. The man had reportedly broke into 17 vehicles, two of which were business work trucks which had been damaged as a result.
According to Lieutenant Doug Ladd, on Tuesday of this past week around noon trooper Brian Jewell was in the back parking lot of the OSP Roseburg office when he saw a motion sensor light flash on, followed by loud noises. This included an activated car alarm at Walker Brother’s Auto Repair on Stephens Street.
Jewell went to the area to investigate and saw several parked vehicles with broken windows. He also saw a man walking away from the front of the business holding numerous bags, flashlights, and other items. Among the items, Jewell noticed, were keys tagged by Walker Brother’s Auto Repair. The man also had broken glass on his clothing.
The suspect was identified as 30-year old Edmondo Frank Fabianek from Roseburg. Fabianek was taken into custody to the Douglas County Jail.
His charges include criminal mischief in the first degree, seventeen counts of unlawful entry into a motor vehicle, criminal trespass in the second degree, possession of burglary tools, and criminal mischief in the third degree.