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MPD: Teen burglary suspect arrested while walking out of house with stolen TV

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MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police arrested a teenage burglary suspect after he was found walking out of a house with a stolen television.

District Five officers responded to the area of 15th and Hadley around 1:55 p.m. on September 13th for an entry in progress complaint. A witness told officers he saw two people break a window on a neighbor’s home and then enter the home.

When officers arrived, one of the suspects was walking out of the victim’s home carrying a television. The suspect, a 15-year-old Milwaukee male, dropped the television and fled on foot but was quickly arrested by MPD officers.

MPD is still seeking the second suspect.

The 15-year-old faces charges of Burglary and Resisting an Officer.

This case will be presented to the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office in the coming days for charges.

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      • taxpayer

        If you really think he’ll “rot in jail” or pay any restitution I suggest you wake up, open your eyes, & come out from under that rock. Let me help you out. He will get probation. I’m not even one of the liberal judges that the actual productive members of Milwaukee’s society has to put up with, but I already know the ruling!

    • taxpayer

      Ha, wait until its this liberal’s house. Or car. Or purse. Wait until she gets robbed, assaulted, & victimized. I wanna hear that “Thank You” then . Until then go away liberal. I respect authority and obey the police. Milwaukee seems to have forgotten how to act, along with the rest of this country.

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