Articles Tagged with burglary

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A Florida man is suspected of nearly causing a vehicle to crash after he allegedly stole a piece of heavy machinery from a local business and drove it down the road.

On Monday night, a passerby made a report to the authorities stating that they saw a man using a piece of clothing to protect himself from injury as he scaled a barbed-wire fence surrounding a business. The caller also reportedly watched as the man made it over the barrier and into the lot.

A front loader inside the business lot was reportedly taken by the suspect, and an officer in the vicinity stated that he witnessed the suspect leaving the lot and watched as the man began driving down the street in the piece of construction equipment.

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According to police estimates, a burglar allegedly trying to escape arrest was able

to jump a wall that exceeded the height of the world record by 4 feet.

Around 2:00 am on Sunday, a man allegedly broke into a home in Silver Spring,

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The mother of a 2-year-old child woke up and found that a stranger had allegedly broken into her home and placed her toddler in the bathtub after entering the residence without permission.

Areica Hill has a 2-year-old son and they reside in Colombus, Ohio.

Early on Wednesday morning, Hill woke up when she heard her dog barking in her home. The woman climbed out of bed and peered out of her bedroom to find out what was causing the commotion.

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Portland Police found a suspect they purport is responsible for burglarizing more than one food cart in the area, and they believe that he used a drone to help him illegally enter the establishments.

On October 1, in Northeast Portland, two vendors at the Piedmont Station Food Carts, Hapa Howie’s and PDX Dönerländ, were allegedly victims of break-ins involving the theft of valuables and money from inside their food pods.

Some of the items the establishments reported stolen were computer equipment, cash, audio electronics, cooking utensils, and business checks.

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A man who left his truck parked and unattended while he allegedly robbed a store returned to his vehicle to find that it was in the midst of being stolen.

Washington resident William Kelley left his Chevy pickup truck parked in a near-empty lot in Kennewick early in the morning on August 25, and he left the keys inside on the seat.

42-year-old Kelley walked out of the parking lot for a bit, and upon his return, he saw someone placing a bicycle in the bed of his vehicle before climbing into the driver’s seat.

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A man suspected of burglarizing a home last Thursday tried to buck the accusation when he said a horse was the actual perpetrator.

Steve Ferguson bought a home in Pasco County, Florida, last year with the intention of repairing and restoring it before listing it as a rental.

Ferguson, who held the belief that the location of his new house was in a neighborhood that was frequently targeted for break-ins, installed a security system on his property since he would not be living there and wanted to keep watch over the home. He also posted “No Trespassing” signs as an additional attempt to deter criminal activity.

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A woman’s husband was arrested after he allegedly entered the house of the man he believed she was sleeping with and removed the suspected offender’s penis with a pair of scissors.

49-year-old Alex Bonilla is a married man who lives in Bell, Florida.

Last May, Bonilla walked in on his spouse while she was having sex with one of their neighbors.

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A man has been charged for several infractions after he reportedly went inside of a home without permission and tossed a lit string of firecrackers under the bed of a slumbering 9-year-old.

44-year-old Matthew Morrison has been sleeping on the premises of the residents of a home who allowed him to stay there after a mutual friend requested their assistance. The house, located in Crestview, Florida, which is just under an hour from Pensacola, has a yard in which the dwellers gave Morrison permission to pitch a tent and camp on their property.

On July 6, Morrison, who bears no relation to the actor with the same name from the former hit television show “Glee,” allegedly decided to go inside the house without asking the tenants if it was okay with them.

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A man accused of breaking into homes was allegedly found carting a 4-year-old girl along with him during his purported heists.

Around 8:00 am last Thursday, the Volusia County Sheriff’s Department was alerted by a concerned person who saw an adult and a small child that they didn’t recognize walking around their neighbor’s backyard while carrying bags.

When the deputies dispatched to the Edgewater location reported, they spoke with the homeowner, who said that they found some wires on their boat that looked as if someone had tried to manipulate them in an effort to start the engine.

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A Florida man was arrested for allegedly stealing many inflatable pool toys over several months, presumably for his sexual pleasure.

During the past seven months, specific residents of Palm Bay reportedly found that their blow-up pool floats had disappeared on more than one occasion. Some of the screens at the homes were reportedly destroyed in order to gain access to the toys.

The authorities began to receive complaints, and over a dozen people reported the alleged thefts of their pool toys. The police posited that the suspect responsible had swiped a large amount of the inflatables based on the fact that most of the alleged victims did not log complaints until they had been stolen from a few times.