PDA

View Full Version : Nigga will steal yo stuff - Convicted felon charged with high-end theft at Galleria


voiceofreason
05-07-2017, 07:16 AM
http://www.mlive.com/news/bay-city/index.ssf/2017/05/detroit_men_charged_with_36_fe.html#incart_river_i ndex

Detroit men charged with 36 felonies in Bay County tire theft

http://image.mlive.com/home/mlive-media/width960/img/baycitytimes/photo/2017/05/04/-6b70452bdb7404ac.JPG

updated May 05, 2017 at 7:37 AM

BAY CITY, MI -- Little more than a day after police interrupted would-be thieves in the act of stealing tires from a Bay County car dealership, four Detroit men are charged with a combined 36 felonies.

Four Detroit men have been charged with a combined 36 felonies related to the attempted theft of tires, rims, and electronics from a Bay County car dealership.

Bay County District Judge Timothy J. Kelly on Thursday, May 4, arraigned Sean L. Harris Jr., 26; Trachawn A. Mccaa, 23; Johntae Davis, 27; and Devon A. Green, 23; on four counts of breaking and entering a motor vehicle causing damage and five counts of larceny from a motor vehicle. Both charges are five-year felonies, but the defendants' varying criminal records could increase the maximum penalties.

voiceofreason
05-07-2017, 07:31 AM
http://www.khou.com/news/investigations/convicted-felon-charged-with-high-end-theft-at-galleria/437259804

Convicted felon charged with high-end theft at Galleria
6:42 PM. CDT May 05, 2017

http://www.khou.com/img/resize/content.khou.com/photo/2017/05/05/jeffery%20perkins_1494027688889_9387527_ver1.0.JPG ?preset=534-401

HOUSTON - Investigators say a convicted felon left behind a valuable piece of evidence at the scene of a high-dollar heist inside The Galleria.

According to court records obtained by KHOU 11 Investigates, blood found inside the Tag Heuer store following the February smash-and-grab matched the DNA of 43-year-old Jeffery Perkins of Houston.

Surveillance video showed two men smashing a glass door and showcases inside the store during the after-hours burglary.

http://www.khou.com/img/resize/content.khou.com/photo/2017/05/05/galleria%20breakin_1494027688588_9387526_ver1.0.JP G?preset=320-240

Investigators say the pair took 42 watches valued at more than $190,000. During the theft, police believe Perkins cut himself.

Court records show Perkins was on probation following a weapons charge at the time of the break-in. Houston police are still looking for the second man involved in the break-in.