Repo Agency Owner Murdered

crime_sceneDover, WI – April 22, 2013 – Early Sunday morning, police responded to a shooting call to find a critically wounded John E. Noble of Dover and owner of Reaper Recovery. Noble soon died at the scene.

Milwaukee Police responded to a shooting call at 3:45 a.m. Sunday where they found John E. Noble of Dover, known to most as “Jack.”

He was shot and died later at the scene, according to police.

Police report that it appeared that he died after a robbery attempt, but the investigation was still ongoing Monday and no one was in custody.

Friends and neighbors in Dover described Noble as a funny, sometimes “eccentric” man they knew who JE_Nobleregularly sang karaoke and liked to make people laugh.

Linda Hegemann, a friend didn’t know what he was doing in Milwaukee, but guessed it could have had something to do with a repossession assignment for his repossession business.

“If he was in Milwaukee, he was either there to help someone or to work,” she said. But Milwaukee police said on Monday that Noble he was not working at the time.

“There will never be another guy like Jack,” Linda Hegemann said. “He was one of a kind. He will be missed.”

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  1. I am so sad as I type this message, John was a repo agent that I worked with, and let’s just say to know him is to love him. John had a distinct life that made you laugh, being a repo agent John had some unique experience and told wonderful stories of what he saw in the field. John would go above and beyond the call of duty and wouldn’t hesitate to help anyone. I never physically met John, just over the phone and he was my favorite repo agent. My heart is so heavy as I don’t know why anybody would want to hurt such a gentle man. I know you are resting in peace John and making everyone laugh up there. R.I.P. “”THE REAPER”

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