Grassy Key – A Grassy Key teen has been charged with a second count of burglary to a Grassy Key home.
17 year old Kevin Bollig was originally arrested February 13th for breaking in to a home on Grassy Key on January 24th and stealing a large amount of jewelry, an Apple IPad, Amazon Kindle, and two computers. The victim saw Bollig in a wooded area behind his house stuffing something into a bag, then hiding it. When the victim checked the bag, he found his mail inside, along with all the items stolen from his home.
A second burglary took place in the same area of Grassy Key, also in January. The victim said it appeared someone had been staying in the residence. There was extensive damage inside the house and the suspect had taken a flat screen television, a spear gun and bottles of liquor from the house.
In both cases, fingerprints found at the scene were analyzed by a Sheriff’s Office Fingerprint / Identification Technician who identified them as belonging to Bollig, who lives in the neighborhood where both crimes took place. Warrants were issued for Bollig’s arrest for both crimes. He was charged with the first burglary February 13th, and for the second burglary on Monday.
Detectives Ron Sylvester and Trevor Wirth were investigators on both cases.