Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Man Wanted on Active Warrants Apprehended By Police on Sunday

A man wanted by Hegins Township Police since January was apprehended on Sunday.

According to Hegins Township Police, Ryan Sibel, 32, of Hegins, was discovered and apprehended at a Barry Township residence by the Pennsylvania State Police.

Sibel was held by state police where custody was transferred to Hegins Township Police who issued the warrants.

In one criminal complaint Sibel was charged with criminal conspiracy to commit receiving stolen property, receiving stolen property, criminal conspiracy to commit theft by unlawful taking. In a second criminal complaint Sibel was charged with: possession of a prohibited offensive weapon, possession of drug paraphernalia, and harassment.

Sibel was arraigned by on-call Magisterial District Judge Reiley, and was locked in Schuylkill County Prison on monetary bail of $10,000 for the first case, and a monetary bail of $10,000 for the second. 

Photo Caption:   Sgt. Dillman prepares to escort Ryan Sibel into Judge Reiley’s office on Sunday for an arraignment.

Photo Courtesy of the Hegins Township Police Department