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1 arrested, 2 wanted in Carlisle home burglary

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Daniel Jumbelick Daniel Jumbelick
William K. Gundermann William K. Gundermann
Christopher Sheibley Christopher Sheibley
Colin C. Wilson Colin C. Wilson
CARLISLE, Pa. (WHTM) -

Police investigating a series of burglaries in the Carlisle area last month have arrested a second suspect and have identified two others wanted for one of the crimes.

Daniel Jumbelick, 21, of Carlisle, was charged Tuesday for a home burglary in the 900 block of West Louther Street and for a burglary at Payless Auto along Newville Road, both on November 21, according to North Middleton Township police.

Jumbelick was sent to Cumberland County Prison on $25,000 bail and a parole detainer. He is also awaiting a preliminary hearing for terroristic threat charges stemming from a bomb threat called into Carlisle School District last week.

North Middleton police said they also have arrest warrants for 20-year-olds William K. Gundermann and Christopher Sheibley, both of Carlisle, in connection with the burglary in the 900 block of West Louther Street.

Gundermann is wanted on charges of burglary, theft, prowling and loitering at night, receiving stolen property and conspiracy, while Sheibley is wanted for a single count of receiving stolen property, police said.

Police previously reported that a resident of the West Louther Street home was awakened when they heard someone ransacking the house. The residents verbally challenged the burglars, who then fled with money taken from the home.

Colin C. Wilson, 19, of Carlisle, was arrested for the crime last month and on Tuesday waived his right to preliminary hearing. He is in Cumberland County Prison on $10,000 bail and is awaiting trial on charges of burglary, theft, criminal trespass, receiving stolen property, prowling and loitering at night, and conspiracy.

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