Hannibal man arrested for Quincy burglaries

William E. Liszeo
Posted: Jan. 23, 2013 6:39 pm Updated: Feb. 6, 2013 7:15 pm

A Hannibal, Mo., man is facing additional theft charges in connection with a string of burglaries in Quincy earlier this month.

Already jailed in connection with the September burglary of a Quincy restaurant, William E. Liszeo, 48, also has been charged with burglary and theft over $10,000 involving two Jan. 15 incidents.

According to a news release from the Quincy Police Department, Liszeo is alleged to have stolen a truck from Heck Novelty at 630 Kentucky on the night of Jan. 14-15. The Quincy Public Schools reported a burglary to two of its trucks parked at a maintenance building at 210. S. Seventh on the same night.

The Heck Novelty truck was recovered Jan. 15 in Hannibal.

On Jan. 16, members of the Hannibal and Quincy police departments found numerous stolen items at a residence at 616 Church in Hannibal.

Liszeo was arrested Jan. 15 on an outstanding warrant in connection with the Sept. 12 burglary to Fitz's on 4th, 129 S. Fourth. His bond in that case was set at $35,000. He is lodged in the Adams County Jail. He has yet to make his first court appearance on the new charges.

According to Adams County Court records, Liszeo was out on bond at the time of his arrest this month after being charged in a residential burglary June 22.

He was arrested again Aug. 2 on charges of obstruction of justice, aggravated driving under the influence and driving with a revoked or suspended license. Those cases are on the February jury docket.