Hospital Bracelet Identifies Alleged Two-Time Perry Hall Burglar
Police arrested a Baltimore man on Thursday.
Police charged a man on Thursday with burglarizing the same Perry Hall-area house twice.
Between 7:45 a.m. and 9:05 a.m. on Sept. 25, a homeowner in the 3500 block of Moultree Place reported that a rear sliding door had been broken and an Xbox 360 and TV had been stolen, according to Officer Mark Dorsey of the Parkville police precinct.
While investigating, police found that a hospital bracelet with the name Scott Mathew Spivey had been left inside the house, and confirmed that Spivey was a former resident, Dorsey said.
Just two days later, at about 11:35 a.m. on Sept. 27, neighbors reported that a man had left through the front door of the same house with another TV, according to Dorsey. Police arrested and charged Spivey after he was identified by neighbors.
Spivey, 19, of the 3000 Windsor Avenue in Baltimore, has been charged with two counts of first-degree burglary, two counts of theft less than $1,000, one count of more $500 in malicious destruction of property and one count of less than $500 in malicious destruction of property, online court records show.
Spivey remained at the Baltimore County Detention Center into Friday on a $75,000 bail.
A photo of Spivey was not immediately available for release, Baltimore County police said.