Two arrested after break-in at historic landmark

Men found with burglary tools, police said

Published On: Jul 30 2013 10:05:46 AM CDT   Updated On: Jul 30 2013 10:06:01 AM CDT
MADISON, Wis. -

A break-in at a Madison historical landmark resulted in two arrests, according to Madison police.

Officers were called to the Garver Feed Mill in Olbrich Park on Saturday night and found two men running off when they arrived. One of the men was chased down on foot and the other was found hiding in some bushes, according to police.

Police were called after a Madison Park's Department ranger discovered the lock to the mill was cut. A bolt cutter, a flashlight, a small baseball bat and a pellet gun were found in grass outside of the building, according to officers.

Shawn S. Hauge, 28, and Joseph A. Gray, 36, both of Madison, were arrested on suspicion of burglary, possession of burglary tools and resisting arrest.

The mill was built in 1905 and was given landmark status in 1994.