Marysville Police Department served a search warrant at a home in Olivehurst Wednesday afternoon recovering a substantial amount of stolen property.
The property was from various cases in the city of Marysville, Yuba City, Rancho Cordova and unincorporated areas of Yuba County.
Marysville Police recovered more than $12,500 in miscellaneous hand tools, power tools, a welding cart, and tool boxes that had all been stolen from a burglary at Brandon Brown Handyman Services in Yuba City.
Marysville Police also recovered a Bobcat attachment taken from a job site in the Edgewater area of Yuba County, and a pair of Bobcat attachments taken from a trailer in East Marysville. The equipment was valued at more than $7,500.
During the investigation the police discovered $1,000 worth of fencing materials and approximately $5,900 in tools on the property that had been stolen from the suspects work in Rancho Cordova.
Marysville Police also recovered several other Bobcat attachments, a stolen motorcycle license plate and a Yuba County street sign.
Owners of the stolen property arrived on the scene and identified their recovered property.
Marysville Police arrested 40-year-old Richard Townsend on two counts of auto theft, and four counts of possession of stolen property.
Townsend was already in custody on un-related matters.
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