Man charged in theft, damage at new animal shelter

Construction continues on the new Jefferson City Animal Shelter seen here Wedensday on Hyde Park Drive. Bradley Jacobs, 28, of Jefferson City, has been charged with felony stealing and first-degree property damage for allegedly taking galvanized piping and two new boxes of hurricane clips valued at $2500 on Dec. 20 from the construction site.

Construction continues on the new Jefferson City Animal Shelter seen here Wedensday on Hyde Park Drive. Bradley Jacobs, 28, of Jefferson City, has been charged with felony stealing and first-degree property damage for allegedly taking galvanized piping and two new boxes of hurricane clips valued at $2500 on Dec. 20 from the construction site.

A Jefferson City man has been charged in connection with the theft of materials from the construction site of the new Jefferson City Animal Shelter.

Bradley Jacobs, 28, of 1116 Dulle St., is charged with felony stealing and first-degree property damage.

The incident was reported in the early morning hours of Dec. 20 at 2300 Hyde Park Drive.

According to a Jefferson City Police Department probable cause statement, Jacobs is believed to have stolen 100 feet of 3⁄4” galvanized piping and two large boxes of “hurricane clips.”

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