Hannibal Man Arrested for Quincy Thefts and Burglaries
3 months, 3 weeks ago
Originally arrested for Fitz's on 4th burglary, police say William Liszeo was responsible for others as well.
A Hannibal man recently charged for a September burglary has been arrested in connection with a string of other thefts and burglaries.
45 year old William Liszeo is in custody on charges of burglary and theft over $10,000.
On January 15th, Heck Novelty reported one of their trucks stolen from 630 Kentucky. An official from Quincy Public Schools also reported that day that two of their maintenance trucks at 210 S. 7th had been burglarized during the same period of time.
Quincy Police began an investigation and were alerted that the Heck Novelty truck had been recovered by Hannibal Police. Police say detectives from both departments then discovered numerous stolen items at Liszeo's residence at 616 Church in Hannibal.
Police initially arrested Liszeo on January 15th for the September 2012 burglary of Fitz's on 4th in Quincy.
He remains lodged in the Adams County Jail waiting for bond to be set on the two new charges.