44-year-old William Brake was charged with burglary after Loss Prevention staff at a Kroger he was banned forever from, saw him on camera taking $681 worth of food without paying for it.
21-year-old Jamisha King was charged with burglary after police say she entered a Walmart, tried to stash away merchandise, and then walk out.
32-year-old Joshua Barton was charged with two counts of burglary after he unlawfully entered Nissan Stadium and a month later entered a McDonald’s, walked behind the counter, and threatened an employee after being told the dining room was closed.
56-year-old Stanley Kelley was charged with burglary after he was caught on camera concealing items in Walmart, despite the trespass waiver they have against him from a prior incident.
49-year-old Christopher Holmes was charged with three counts of burglary, two counts of theft, and vandalism after he was caught on camera, after hours, entering the third floor of Cornerstone Associates building and exiting with a laptop.
29-year-old Evan Napier was charged with burglary after he broke into a Dollar Tree after business hours and caused almost $1,000 worth of damage by destroying the bathroom.
40-year-old Chassity Thorton and 29-year-old Juan Parra were both charged with burglary and theft. Thorton was also charged with contraband in a penal institution and Parra with possession of burglary tools and evading arrest when they were caught with a stolen car and forcing entry into a home.
31-year-old Onreka Gray was arrested and charged with public intoxication after refusing to leave a 7-Eleven where he was making customers feel uncomfortable with his intoxicated self.
31-year-old Onreka Gray was charged with burglary after he was caught breaking into a hotel’s kitchen, where he loaded a backpack with chips, cookies, and left with several take-out trays full of food.
44-year-old Xavier Donnell was charged with burglary after video footage showed he and an unnamed accomplice smash a window to an office building and steal two guitars and two laptops.