November 14, 2011

Stock Island man charged with two burglaries


Stock Island – A Stock Island man was charged with two residential burglaries after he was caught on video at both locations committing the crimes.

On October 14th, Deputy Todd Jones responded to a burglary at a trailer park on Maloney Avenue. The victim said she left her home to pick her daughter up from school; when she returned, she found her trailer had been burglarized. The suspect pried open the back door and took a laptop computer, jewelry, a video camera and also took some ham and cheese from the refrigerator.

On October 21st, Deputy Joseph Cortner responded to another burglary at a trailer in the same trailer park. The victim said she left at 10:30 in the morning. When she returned later that afternoon, she found a back window open. A gold bracelet was missing from inside.

In both instances, the burglaries were caught on surveillance video. Detective Donald Catala was assigned to investigate and identified the suspect tin both videos as 36 year old Oscar Jimeranez Madariago. Warrants were issued for his arrest and on November 12th, Deputy John Gabay and Sgt. Mark Maison received a tip that he was on a boat docked on Front Street. They found him there and arrested him. He was booked into jail on two warrants for burglary with a total bond set at $70,000.00.

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