Monticello man charged with breaking automotive home windows, stealing property


Philip Jacobs

Monticello: The 33-year-old Monticello man has been charged with vandalizing autos by smashing home windows and stealing property inside them.

Monticello police caught Philippe Jacobs hiding within the again seat of one of many wrecked autos on Thursday morning.

He was charged with 5 counts of prison possession of stolen property, 4 counts of prison mischief, prison possession of a managed substance and petty theft.

Jacobs was despatched to Sullivan County Jail in lieu of $20,000 money bail, $40,000 bail bond or $60,000 secured insurance coverage bond.

Police mentioned further prices are anticipated.

Jacobs was arrested after a number of complaints of autos being vandalized. On Wednesday, officers checking the Brief Line Bus Terminal lot on Sturgis Highway found 12 autos with damaged home windows.

At 2:30 a.m. Thursday, officers found that the opposite three autos had been damaged into and Phillips was discovered hiding in one among them. He was present in possession of credit score and debit playing cards that have been stolen and used or tried for use in varied companies. He additionally illegally possessed heroin and a crack pipe when arrested.


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