Articles Tagged with burglar

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An alleged burglar assisted the police by running up to them and asking them to help him when he was being chased by someone who reportedly caught him trying to break into their home.

On April 29, someone was at their residence in South Creek, Florida, when they caught someone trying to break into the house. The person purported to be the perpetrator began to flee, and the resident chased after them.

A few moments later, the person being chased approached a Coconut Creek Police Department squad car that was stopped at a traffic light. It did not take long for the police to realize the man was being chased by someone who claimed he tried to burglarize their home.

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A Minnesota man whose house was robbed reportedly modified a baseball bat using razor wire, nails, and screws and beat the suspected thief with it when they returned to his property a second time.

On April 14, an alleged burglar climbed through the window of a Mankato residence in the Eastwood Manor Mobile Home Park and reportedly stole items from the abode.

When the dweller discovered he had been robbed, he checked the surveillance video, and the footage showed the person entering and leaving his home. The man was convinced he recognized the alleged perpetrator as someone who previously stole from one of his neighbors.

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A man in Illinois allegedly walked into a stranger’s residence while the inhabitants were asleep, and he reportedly stole a pair of socks before running out the door.

Early in the morning on April 1, a family was asleep in their Ankeny apartment when a stranger allegedly came inside using the front door.

A female resident was asleep on the couch with the television on in the background, and the others, including the children, were sleeping in their own rooms.

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A naked Florida Man greased with peppermint oil and blood was arrested after he reportedly broke into two homes, jumped in a pool, and hopped on a trampoline while trying to escape law enforcement. 

At approximately 2:00 AM last Friday, the authorities received a call from someone notifying them about a burglary at a DeBary residence. The intruder reportedly smashed a window to get into the home while the residents were inside. 

Deputies from the Volusia County Sheriff’s Office went to the address, and when they arrived, they saw a nude man running across the backyard of a different home they believe he burglarized. 

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A Pennsylvania man who got his car stuck in the yard of a local residence allegedly stole items from a video store and had marijuana in his vehicle.

On January 25, someone reportedly stole merchandise from the Excitement Video and Toys store in Camp Hill. The arrest report reflects that the thief appeared to enter by using bolt cutters to get in through the back door. 

At approximately 8:30 AM, the authorities learned that a man got his vehicle stuck in someone’s yard.  

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A North Carolina man was jailed on multiple charges after allegedly breaking into a residence and stealing several firearms and a vehicle. 

On October 20, a home near the Catawba River in the city of Lincolnton was reportedly broken into while the residents were not home. 

A family member of the homeowners saw that the front and basement doors were open, but they knew the residents were out. They notified the authorities about the situation, and officers were sent to the address. 

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A reportedly intoxicated man allegedly broke into a couple’s hotel room and assaulted an occupant before throwing a hammer at police officers at the scene. 

49-year-old James Kilcrease was recently staying at the Bridgeway Inn & Suites in Redding, California. 

Early in the morning on May 17, the Redding Police Department was notified about a man who was allegedly disturbing guests of the establishment. The people who reported the incident said they believed the suspect was intoxicated. 

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After a bakery in Milwaukee was burglarized, they helped to locate the suspect by printing an image of the man’s face on cookies they sold to their customers.

On April 20, Canfora-Lakeside Bakery notified the authorities to report that they had been burglarized.

The police learned that the cash drawer, which contained approximately $200, had been swiped from the store. They also collected and reviewed surveillance video from the inside and outside of the establishment.

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On Sunday, when a woman in her apartment was the alleged victim of an intruder who was not wearing pants, she reportedly used a baseball bat in an attempt to protect herself from possible harm.

When Simone Parker came out of the bathroom in her apartment after hearing a strange noise she was allegedly confronted by 29-year-old Timothy Valdez in the act of burglarizing her residence. Valdez was said to have been in possession of a knife and nude from the waist down.

Valdez allegedly made the knife visible to Parker and ordered her to provide him with clothing and give him her cash. Parker retrieved a shirt and threw it at Valdez trying to use the distraction to run past him so she could get out of the apartment. Valdez allegedly prevented her attempt and the pair began to get physically aggressive with each other.

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