4 Mercer County youths arrested in Aledo burglaries

Staff Writer
Aledo Times Record
Suspects of recent Aledo robberies. 
Top left is Tyler Bieri, right is Austin Dale. Bottom left is Colton Jones, right is Bradley Williams.

The Aledo Police Department has been investigating several burglaries that occurred at two businesses, a home and several vehicles in town. That investigation led to arrest warrants being issued for four persons on Monday, Oct. 6, and all were taken into custody late Monday.

Bradley Williams, 20 of Joy is charged with 1 county of Class 3 Felony theft. Charges read that on or about Oct. 4, he was involved in taking over $500 but less than $10,000 from Subway in Aledo. His attorney is Aaron Dyer and he will appear in Mercer County Court on Nov. 3.

Austin Dale, 20 and Colton Jones, 19, both of Aledo were Charged with 3 counts of burglary all Class 2 Felonies. They are accused of 2 counts burglary for breaking and entering into Mi Casa Mexican Cuisine Restaurant in Aledo on Sept. 15 and 23. They are also accused of Class 2 Felony burglary for entering Subway in Aledo on Oct. 4. Dale is represented by Public Defender Daniel Dalton, and will appear in court Nov. 3. Clark Miljush is the attorney for Jones also set for preliminary hearing in court Nov. 3.

Tyler Bieri, 19, Aledo, is charged with 2 counts of burglary. The first count is a Class 3 Felony accusing him of breaking and entering Mi Casa, with intent to commit theft. The second occurred on Oct. 4 and is a Class 2 Felony accusing him of breaking and entering Subway in Aledo. Nate Nieman is representing Bieri who will appear in Mercer County Circuit Court on Oct. 20.

Williams was released from jail on $25,000 (10%) bond.

Dale, Jones and Bieri remain in Mercer County Jail on $75,000, 10% bond each.

They are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.