Four charged in burglary, including granddaughter

Echo staff report

Two men and two women have been charged in county court following a burglary at an Ely residence that included over $250,000 in cash.<BR><BR>The home of Rudolph Robich west of Ely on Hwy. 169 was burglarized on Saturday, Oct. 16. In addition to the case, a safe and several firearms were reported stolen. <BR><BR>According to Lt. Edward Kippley of the St. Louis County Sheriff's Department in Virginia, one of the four charged is Robich’s granddaughter.<BR><BR>Stacy Jauhola, 20, of Ely was charged with second degree burglary and possession of stolen property. Trisha Cullen, 21, of Ely was charged with first and second degree burglary, theft of a firearm and felony theft.<BR><BR>Douglas VanVickle, 30, of Winton was charged with first and second degree burglary, possession of a controlled substance, and fifth-degree theft of firearms.<BR><BR>Scott Matschiner, 44, of Winton was charged with first- and second-degree burglary, possession of a controlled substance, fifth-degree theft of firearms and receiving stolen property.<BR><BR>Kippley said some of the items stolen have been recovered but could not comment further. Robich said last week that $23,000 in cash was recovered so far. <BR><BR>The four charged in the case are scheduled to appear today in county court in Virginia.<BR><BR>The incident remains under investigation and anyone having any information regarding the burglary should contact the St. Louis County Sheriff’s office at 365-3344.