DIRTBAG ROUNDUP: The Burglar Who Came Out in The Cold

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DIRTBAG ROUNDUP: The Burglar Who Came Out in The Cold

Frederick Police Make Burglary Arrest

FREDERICK, MD – A call came to 911 from a resident of the City of Frederick to the police reporting that the citizen was awakened by the sound of breaking glass.

Jordan Chase Travis, age 28, 200 block of Bishops Glen Drive, Frederick, MD THE BURGLAR WHO CAME OUT INTO THE COLD Frederick City Police.

Frederick Police report that on Tuesday, March 5, 2019, at approximately 5:41 am, a resident of the 300 block of West Seventh Street officers arrived on the scene of the call and checked out the house and found no sign of entry. However, the officers did observe a broken window at a nearby home.

Frederick Police Officer James Clark says that officers ordered the suspected burglar to remove himself immediately and that was when Jordan Chase Travis, 28, of 269 Bishops Glen Drive, Frederick, Md., revealed himself and was carted off to the Frederick Jail on charges of first-degree burglary.

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At a court hearing on March 6, 2019, Travis was ordered to be held in jail pending a court hearing. The taxpayers will have the joy of forking over their hard-earned dollars to pay for an free attorney for this accused burglar.

Travis was arrested for driving while impaired by drugs on Jan. 8, 2019 by a Frederick County Sheriff’s Deputy.

Travis was arrested for DWI by Frederick County Sheriff’s Deputy Gladhill on Feb. 2, 2018 at 10:10 pm, as he drove a 2012 Honda when stopped at 144 Atspring Ridge Parkway. The case has been sent to Circuit Court for trial on April 8, 2019.

Travis entered a guilty plea to second-degree assault on Sept. 27, 2013 and in a plea deal with the Frederick County States Attorney was sentenced to two years in jail and fined $200.00.  THE DEAL: Charges of false imprisonment and reckless endangerment were dropped.

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