Louisville man accused of burglarizing JCTC campus four times
Police say he confessed to stealing property such as televisions, paintings, drones, a mini-fridge and a computer monitor.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Police say a Louisville man admitted to burglarizing a building on Jefferson Community and Technical College's southwest campus four times.
According to an arrest report, Louisville Metro Police detectives obtained surveillance video from each of the four burglaries, and were able to develop a description of the suspect.
On Thursday, police say a man matching the description, 33-year-old Christopher McAfee, arrived at the scene and was confronted by police.
According to the arrest report, McAfee confessed to breaking into the building on four occasions, stealing property including televisions, paintings, drones, a mini-fridge and a computer monitor.
He was arrested and charged with four counts of third-degree burglary.
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