Three booked in four burglariesOct 26th, 2010 | By admin | Category: News
Three arrests have been made in four recent burglaries, including a man found in his underwear inside someone’s car, a teenager who had property stolen from two other vehicles and a woman who stole a wallet from a neighbor’s trailer home, said Chief Deputy Sheriff James Pohlmann.
Mark Glossop, 27, 2806 Valor Drive, Chalmette, was arrested at 3 a.m. on Oct. 10, by patrol deputies while he was drunk and sitting in his underwear in another man’s car in the 8500 block of Valor, Pohlmann said.
Glossop, who a witness said exposed himself before getting in the vehicle, was also seen opening the glove compartment. He was booked with obscenity, burglary, resisting arrest, public intoxication, criminal damage to the vehicle and on an outstanding warrant in which he was wanted for theft in St. Bernard, Pohlmann said.
There was no bond information available.
On Tuesday, Oct. 12, Randy Delise Jr., 18, 851 Mehle Ave., Arabi, was booked with two counts of possession of stolen property worth more than $500 that was taken in two vehicle burglaries on Mehle Avenue overnight, Pohlmann said. He said the teenager is also a suspect in a third vehicle burglary on Mehle but no evidence was found directly linking him.
Sheriff’s deputies responding to a burglary report developed information that led to Delise and tied him to two burglaries overnight. He was arrested on a warrant signed by a judge.
Authorities reported that stolen property including two car stereo systems, a video game system and a gym bag containing a jacket and other items – all taken in two burglaries on Mehle – were recovered.
Delise remains in St. Bernard Parish Prison in lieu of $10,000 bond.
In the other unrelated arrest, Dana Kritzman, 25, 1936 Laura Drive, Chalmette, was booked Oct. 8 with simple burglary of a neighbor’s trailer home in which a wallet was stolen and recovered.
A resident in a trailer park said he was in his residence when he saw Kritzman enter and grab his wallet but said he reacted by pulling the wallet from her hands and she went back to her residence and he called the Sheriff’s Office.
When sheriff’s deputies arrived, they detained the woman’s husband as he was leaving. He gave permission for them to search the trailer home for Dana Kritzman, who was found under the bed in a bedroom.
Dana Kritzman was booked with simple burglary. No bond information was available.