Fulton Police Make Arrest in Bike Shop Break-in

From the Fulton Police Department

Fulton Police charged Zachary R. Parker, 18, of W. Fourth Street in Fulton, following the investigation into the break-in of a local business. On July 12th at approx. 3:00AM, Fulton Police officers responded to an entry alarm at Doyle’s Bicycle Shop at 316 W. First Street in Fulton.

Upon arrival, officers discovered that the front window had been shattered and a bicycle stolen from inside. Fulton Police Officer Lucas Hollenbeck later developed suspect information relative to the incident, which led to the levying of several charges against Parker in connection with the crime.

Parker was charged with one count each of:

  • Burglary 3rd degree (D felony)
  • Criminal Mischief 4th degree
  • Petit Larceny
  • Possession of Burglar’s Tools
  • Making a Punishable False Written Statement

Parker is currently being held at the Fulton PD lockup pending arraignment in Fulton City Court.

The Fulton Police Department encourages the public to report information on criminal activity, narcotics trafficking, or wanted suspects at any time. Anyone with information is urged to call the Fulton Police Department at (315) 598-4504, the anonymous tips line at 593-TIPS (593-8477), or go to our website at www.fultonpd.com