Home Depot – New brick, previous trick lands man in jail | Information
A 27-year-old Lawton man investigators mentioned has an intensive historical past of housebreaking is in jail after he was accused of utilizing a brand new brick to commit an previous trick.
Kordney Keshawn Allen made his preliminary look Monday in Comanche County District Courtroom the place he was charged with a felony rely of first-degree housebreaking, in addition to misdemeanor counts of obstructing an officer and illegal use or show of license or identification card, data point out. On account of 4 prior felony convictions, he faces as much as 80 years in jail if convicted.
Allen is accused of utilizing a brick to bust out a window to a house Friday the place weapons had been seen, in keeping with the allegations.
Lawton police had been known as shortly earlier than four a.m. to a house within the 4400 block of Northwest Wolf Creek Boulevard after somebody threw a brick by the bed room window, in keeping with the possible trigger affidavit. A black man carrying all black clothes was seen strolling from behind the house and was advised to cease. He refused and took off working, setting off a foot chase. Police caught up with the person close by within the car parking zone of Home Depot and brought into custody.
The folks residing within the affected residence mentioned they’d been asleep after they heard “a loud explosion in their bedroom” and woke to seeing the person throw a brick by the window, the affidavit states. Police observed weapons hanging from the wall within the room. The resident mentioned the bed room blinds had been open all day and the weapons had been clearly seen from exterior.
Whereas being booked into metropolis jail, investigators mentioned a faux identification card was present in Allen’s pocket. As soon as his precise identification was realized, investigators discovered he has “an extensive, chronic history with burglary charges,” in keeping with the affidavit.
Allen has prior Comanche County felony convictions: September 2013, possession of a stolen bank card, second-degree housebreaking, unauthorized use of a motorcar; and from January 2015, second-degree housebreaking, data point out.
Allen is being held on a $35,000 bond and returns to courtroom at three p.m. Jan. 21, for his preliminary listening to convention.