Police Seize Stolen Power Tools, Search For Owners

LOTHIAN, Md. (AP) — Anne Arundel County Police have recovered 78 pieces of power equipment worth $15,000 stolen during a several burglaries at a mobile home community in Lothian. 

Police are looking for the owners of the equipment, which includes chain saws, power washers, generators, electrical power hand tools and air compressors. 

The equipment was stolen during a series a break-ins of sheds at the Rio Vista Plaza mobile home community. 

After an investigation, police served a warrant on Dec. 9 on a home at Patuxent Mobile Estates a half-mile away. 

Ricky Anthony McDonald, 27, of Huntington has been charged with second-degree burglary and theft. Rolando Rodriguez-Sergovia, 35, was charged with theft. Police say he was in the country illegally and was deported to Mexico last week. 

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