Man arrested after burglary

WARREN — A city man pleaded not guilty to burglarizing a Stone Gate Place apartment around 11 a.m. Tuesday and taking an HP computer with keyboard and mouse, according to a police report.

Charles D. Streeter, 32, 1062 Summit St. NW, was assigned a $35,000 bond and is scheduled to return to Warren Municipal Court on March 21 before Judge Terry Ivanchak, court records show.

He was arrested in connection with a burglary of apartment F4 at 1190 Roberts Ave. NW. Surveillance video captured images of a male wearing a black hoodie and white pants entering an unlocked sliding door of the apartment. He then exited the building through the regular entrance door carrying a large black plastic bag, the report states.

Using the video to determine the direction the suspect walked, officers located a man, later identified as Streeter, walking on Garden Street SW, wearing clothing simliar to the person seen on the video. When confronted, Streeter told officers that he was headed to Stone Gate Place apartments because his girlfriend’s 2003 Ford Explorer was stolen from its parking lot.

After being told officers had video of him entering an apartment and leaving with a bag full of items, Streeter led the officers to the corner of Garden Street NW and Hartman NW, where the plastic bag was found in a grassy area next to railroad tracks. In the bag was computer equipment, Sugardale bacon and a package of beef tips.

Streeter already was scheduled to appear in court March 21 in connection with a Feb. 25 charge of firing a weapon within 1,000 feet of a school building, firing a weapon while intoxicated and having a weapon while under disability.

Streeter, according to police reports, was arrested at 291 Dickey St. NW, after being seen firing multiple shots in the air. He was found hiding in the attic of the Dickey Street address.