4 charged in burglary in Tioga County

MANSFIELD — Four people were charged in connection with a burglary at a Roseville residence recently.

According to documents filed at District Judge James Carlson’s office, Frank J. Hilzinger III, 36, of 426 Newtown Hill Road, Mansfield; Theodore M. Pannebaker, 25; and Chrystal M. Rolls, 22, both of 107 Old Mill Road, Mainesburg; and Heather Lynn Tice, 39, of 37 Roseville Ave., Roseville, were charged with burglary, criminal trespass, theft and receiving stolen property by state police, after they allegedly took several items from the Wilbur Wood residence at 45 Roseville Ave., Roseville, June 5.

According to police, stolen were a chain saw, a leaf blower, three rifles, an eight-point deer head and a dart board.

Police said the four were sitting behind Tice’s residence drinking when they went to Wood’s garage and forced their way in, taking the chain saw and leaf blower. They also allegedly removed two lawn chairs.

They then went back to Tice’s residence where she and Pannebaker hid the items in the her basement. All of them allegedly then went to the residence and found an unlocked window, through which Tice was boosted, and she opened the door and let the rest inside, where they took the rest of the items. Hilzinger and Pannebaker allegedly hid the rifles under Tice’s bed, and placed the deer head and dart board in Roll’s car, police said.

They then moved the rifles to Hilzinger’s residence where he hid them in a maintenance room of the apartment building. Hilzinger, Rolls and Pannebaker then took the deer head and dart board to Hilzinger’s residence and hid them in the same room, according to police.

They were released on $10,000 unsecured bail each and their preliminary hearings set for Dec. 14.