NORTH AUBURN (CBS13) - Authorities say they captured an Auburn man twice in one day, the twice on doubt of theft.
Back on the morning of Oct. 14, the Placer County Sheriff's Office says they got a report about somebody seen taking from letter boxes along Linda Drive in the North Auburn region. The suspect was additionally apparently seen taking apparatuses out of a truck.
"As we all...gathered our accounts together we sorted out that he had been going through the letter boxes and he came around here and he dropped," said Rebecca Reed who lives in the area.
Deputies got to the scene and say they tracked down that the suspect, 33-year-old Auburn inhabitant David Fuchs, had taken mail from in excess of 25 individuals. About $1,500 worth of apparatuses were additionally taken from the truck, representatives say.
Reed says she saw the suspect in his vehicle snoozing before his first arrest.
"We end up here and we see a person from the region [and] he said there was a break-in around there," she said.
Fuchs was captured on doubt of terrific robbery, mail burglary, and fraud charges. Notwithstanding, the sheriff's office says he was let out of guardianship later in the morning.
Later that very day, representatives reacted to research a revealed theft along Panorama Way in North Auburn. Agents say the casualty announced his home had been burglarized previously couple of days - with the speculate taking dress, sheet material, and surprisingly a wedding ring. Further, the suspect additionally seemed to have splash painted unfavorable words on the dividers and floors of the home.
Evidence found inside the home drove representatives to presume that Fuchs was likewise behind the thievery. Precisely what proof they found was not revealed, however appointees before long discovered Fuchs again - and he was supposedly wearing the casualty's shoes, and had the taken garments in his car.
Fuchs was captured once more, this time on theft, defacing, and ownership of taken property charges.
We asked the sheriff's office for what reason the suspect was set free from care the initial time and were told the prison just has space for the most exceedingly terrible hoodlums and was not because of zero bail.