Drums man cited by McAdoo police
A Drums man seems to be having trouble remembering where he's been, earning him a citation from McAdoo police.
Patrolman William Curilla was investigating a burglary at 10 N. Kennedy Drive, Apt. D, on May 30.
When speaking to the victim, the officer remembered seeing a burgundy Chevrolet Malibu parked in front of the residence the night before. The officer had spoken to the male driving the vehicle and observed that the man and a male passenger took a baby from the rear seat and entered 10 N. Kennedy Drive.
The victim recognized the car's description as being that of a former friend, Joseph Rogoskey of Drums.
Curilla went back to the police station and printed out a photo of Rogoskey, recognizing him as the driver of the Malibu. He then contacted Rogoskey, who provided a written statement claiming he hadn't been in McAdoo in months.
He was then cited for filing a false report. The investigation into the burglary is continuing.