Eau Claire man faces burglary charges in break-ins at storage units, tavern, pro shop

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EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) -- An Eau Claire man is accused of breaking into multiple storage units, a tavern, and a pro shop at a golf course during the spring.

Prosecutors filed burglary charges against Ryan Davey, 28, of Eau Claire on Tuesday. He's accused of stealing items from two storage units on Cardell Road, and another storage unit on Kolhepp Road. A criminal complaint says he broke into the Amber Inn on Madison Street in April and stole money from behind the bar. It goes on to say that he took money by breaking into machines at the tavern. Investigators also found stolen golf clubs at Davey's home, and traced them back to the Mill Run Golf Course Pro Shop on Kane Road, which had been burglarized in April. Officers found the stolen items when they served a search warrant at Davey's home in early June.

Davey is also facing burglary and theft charges in separate cases in Chippewa County. He is due in Eau Claire County court on July 11.