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August 11, 2022

7/14/2022 1:01:00 PM
Madison man charged in Dodgeville burglary

By Levi Zimmerman
Last Wednesday, items were stolen from and a dog was killed in a home on Spring Street in the City of Dodgeville in an apparent burglary.
Police responded and found a dog dead inside the home.
A suspect was arrested the following day, as video from the homeowner captured the suspect inside the home and video from cameras close by captured the suspect vehicle.
In a press release, Dodgeville Police Chief David Bauer said the video provided a timeline for the crime between 1:20 and 2:20 p.m.
The suspect vehicle was identified as a 2014 maroon Honda.
Thursday afternoon, Dejon C. Glover, 20, was arrested in Madison on suspicion of burglary, among other charges.
The charges against Glover are:
• Burglary-Armed with a Dangerous Weapon, a Felony E
• Possession of Burglarious Tools, a Felony I
• Mistreatment of Animals/Cause Death, a Felony I
• Endanger Safety/Reckless Use of Firearm, a Felony G
• Theft >$2500-$5000, a Felony I
• Criminal Damage to Property, a Misdemeanor
• Carry Concealed Weapon, a Misdemeanor
At a bond hearing Monday, Iowa County Circuit Court Judge Margaret Koehler set Glover's cash bond at $7500, with the conditions he have no possession of a firearm or other dangerous weapon; no contact with victim C.L. or her residence; no use or possession of a controlled substance without a valid prescription.
Glover was in court Tuesday morning for an initial appearance.
Judge Koehler verbally reviewed the charges and possible penalties.
Glover waived formal reading of the criminal complaint but requested a preliminary hearing be scheduled in the case to determine if there is enough evidence to be bound over for trial.
A preliminary hearing and arraignment was scheduled for Friday, July 1 at 9:30 a.m.

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