ORANGE CITY—A 39-year-old Orange City man arrested Tuesday, Nov. 5, faces charges of third-degree burglary, first-degree theft, fifth-degree theft and violation of a no-contact order.

The arrest of Timothy Randall Droog stems for a series of incidents, according to law enforcement.

The Rock Valley Police Department reported receiving a report on Aug. 22 of several tools stolen from Concrete Construction, a business in Rock Valley.

Surveillance cameras from a nearby business show a white crossover-style vehicle entering the property about 5 a.m. that morning.

The Orange City Police Department on Oct. 2 provided information from Droog’s Facebook Messenger account showing several of the items attempting to be sold, according to court documents.

A search warrant was executed at Droog’s residence on Oct. 15.

None of the items in his garage belonged to Concrete Construction, but several identifying features of the garage can be observed in the for sale photos on Droog’s Facebook Messenger account.

A search warrant on Droog’s Facebook Messenger account on Nov. 3 showed several of the items attempting to be sold.

The value of the stolen items is estimated at $13,100.

Droog also allegedly forced entry into a garage in Orange City and took a Milwaukee Jobsite Radio/Charger with a value less than $300 sometime Oct. 27-Nov. 5, according to the Orange City Police Department. He then concealed the device in his grandmother’s garage in Orange City.

He also allegedly violated a no-contact order entered for a domestic abuse assault charge by contacting his wife on Facebook Messenger several times Sept. 8-27, according to the Orange City Police Department.