Sheriff: Jefferson man tries to sell items from burglary

Sheriff: Jefferson man tries to sell items from burglary
Pictured is some of the stolen property Marion County deputies say they recovered from Donald Nolan's house in Jefferson, Ore.

JEFFERSON, Ore. - Deputies arrested a man on burglary charges Thursday after Marion County detectives say he tried to sell stolen property out of his house in Jefferson.

Arresting deputies said Donald Nollen, 34, of Jefferson, tried to hide when law enforcement came to his home Thursday afternoon. Nollen gave up peacefully once he was cornered in his home, a release from the Marion County Sheriff said.

Sheriff's officials said Nollen was trying to sell some items from a recent burglary. Detectives recovered a lot of the stolen property and returned it to the rightful owner.

Nollen was booked into the Marion County Jail on 1st-degree burglary and theft charges. The sheriff's office said Nollen was already wanted on multiple charges, including trespassing, menacing, theft and possession of a stolen vehicle.

A Salem K-9 unit helped the Marion County Sheriff's Office make the arrest.