PRESCOTT – The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office, on Jan. 27, arrested a second man alleged to be involved in a Mayer burglary in which thousands of dollars in tools were stolen and heavy-gauge electrical cable was cut, resulting in a $20,000 repair bill, YCSO spokesman Dwight D’Evelyn said.
Yavapai County Sheriff’s deputies responded to G & S Gravel on Saturday, Dec. 3, for a report of stolen tools and damage. The owner told them that tools made by Snap-On, Cornwell, DeWalt, Makita and others were taken, as well as electric cabling.
Nick Ferrero, 43, was arrested for his involvement with the burglary on Dec. 27, at a Prescott Valley home.
An anonymous tip led detectives to a motel on White Spar Road, where they found the other suspect, Daniel Eder, 39, trying to escape through a window.
Eder was booked into the Camp Verde jail on charges including burglary, theft, trafficking in stolen property, criminal damage, possession of a dangerous drug for sale, possession of a dangerous drug, and possession of narcotics paraphernalia.
His total bond is $57,500, which includes a burglary warrant from a Prescott Police case.
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