Marathon – A Grassy Key teen has been charged with a December burglary in Marathon after a palm print found at the scene was identified as his.
The victims returned to their home on 107th Street after being gone for the weekend. They told Deputy Nicholas Abroe they found the door unlocked. Inside, they found a safe and a jewelry box with jewelry inside missing.
Evidence indicated the person who burglarized their home entered through a kitchen window. Deputy Abroe found a palm print and fingerprints on the kitchen window. The prints were sent to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement for processing.
FDLE identified the prints as belonging to 17 year old Kevin Bollig. On Friday, Bollig was served with a warrant charging him with burglary and grand theft.