Skip to comments.Police Recover $2M [in goods] Stolen By J.C. Penney Burglar
Posted on 09/10/2009 7:43:54 PM PDT by Diana in Wisconsin
Houston, TX (AHN) - Police in Pasadena, Texas have recovered $2 million worth of stolen goods at three Houston locations upon arresting a suspected burglar that hit J.C. Penneys and other stores in three states.
Wednesday's arrest of Ricky Orlando Garcia, 38, came after the burglary of J.C. Penney stores in Fairmont Parkway, Indianapolis, Rosenberg and Covington, Louisiana from June to August. The stores have holes in their roofs where the burglar entered.
Other burglaries in Hays and Dallas counties in 2008 are being blamed on Garcia. Burglary charges have been filed against him in Rosenberg, Lafayette and St. Tammany Parish.
$2 million worth of stolen goods? J.C. Penney’s? Was their anything left in the stores? $2 million buys an awful lot at a Jacques Penney’s.
lol wish the police would recover what the government has stolen.
“...wish the police would recover what the government has stolen.”
Amen to THAT!
You ain’t kidding. They would have had to haul it off in a moving truck.
Ok...let me see if I get this....Here is a guy that
A. Broke into a JCpenny store
B. Did it more than once
C. Traveled to other states to do it?
D. Stole 2 large of swag?
E. All of the above and an idiot
The answer is always E
If only he had stopped after the first million.
how much cheap jc penny crap would you have to store to get up to 2 million?
“how much cheap jc penny crap would you have to store to get up to 2 million?”
A Home Depot warehouse full.
exactly. So if they recovered 2 million worth of crap and he had to have a place big enough to store it. and if he is a their most likely he had to rent, thus had to pay monthly to store all that crap.
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