Police: Pasadena Man Cuts Hole, Crawls Through Fence To Steal Scrap Metal
GLEN BURNIE, Md. (WJZ)— A slithering suspect. A Pasadena man was caught crawling through a fence to steal scrap metal from a Glen Burnie car dealership.
Officers responded to the scene at around 6:10 p.m. Sunday while the theft was in progress.
Police say 41-year-old David Lee Kegley, of Pasadena, parked his Plymouth van in the rear parking lot of Tate Dodge on Ritchie Highway. They believe he cut a hole in the fence, crawled through the hole, took items from the lot and then placed them in his vehicle.
The manager of the business was contacted and indicated the fence was not cut previously and no permission was granted for anyone to be on the property.
Kegley was charged with burglary.