34-year-old Christopher Palmer Jr. was charged with aggravated burglary after a next-door neighbor recorded him breaking into his ex-girlfriend’s house where he stole 10 Oxycodone pills, a pair of Air Jordans, and $500 cash.
On February 16th, Dominique Nance called police to report a burglary. She was alerted on her phone by her motion sensor cameras at home were going off but the camera was covered with a piece of clothing. After calling the police and they arrived, they noticed that the back glass sliding door had been shattered to enter the residence.
All together $500 cash, a pair of Nike Air Jordan shoes, and 10 oxycodone pills were taken from the house, the investigation showed. Video footage from the neighbor’s house showed Christopher Palmer, Dominique’s ex-boyfriend, walking in front of their house. Shortly after, there was a loud noise which was the glass shattering. The neighbor was also able to identify the defendant and provided recorded video footage of the incident.
On August 16th, Christopher Palmer Jr. was arrested and charged with aggravated burglary. His bond was set at $20,000.