Suspect in up to 27 burglaries arrested on charges in 2nd city - KMSP-TV

Suspect in up to 27 burglaries arrested on charges in 2nd city

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Paradise Valley Police arrested a 52-year-old burglary suspect on Thursday who may be involved in as many as 27 incidents.

Anthony Bonzell Johnson was arrested at his home near 18th Street and Bell Road for the second time on Thursday.

Scottsdale Police first arrested Johnson on Sunday for charges of burglary, theft and weapons.

He posted bond on the charges and was released from custody.

Paradise Valley and Scottsdale Police Departments have been working together and believe Johnson may be responsible for as many as 27 burglaries in their cities.

Johnson was booked into the 4th Avenue Jail.

 

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