WARSAW — A Warsaw man was arrested for breaking into a home and stealing multiple items estimated to be worth $3,000. He had a local taxi cab company pick him up at the burglary location and loaded the stolen items into the vehicle.
Aaron Robert Marshall, 34, 777 N. 600 W., Warsaw, is being charged with burglary, a level 4 felony, and theft, a level 6 felony.
On April 23, an officer with the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department responded to a burglary. The homeowner advised that someone broke into her residence through the back door sometime between April 22 and April 23. Four televisions, a video game console and accessories, three blu-ray players, hundreds of DVDs, a Keurig and money were stolen from the residence. The total value of the stolen items is around $3,000. The homeowner told the officer that she believed Marshal was the subject responsible.
A third party advised that Fast Cab had brought Marshall to his house sometime during the evening and that Marshall had a lot of items with him. The items were identified as the same items stolen during the burglary. The homeowner was able to secure the items from the third party’s home and took them back to her residence.
The officer spoke with a Fast Cab employee who confirmed that she picked up a male subject from the burglarized residence. According to the employee, it took the subject around a half an hour to load a large amount of items into the vehicle. The driver dropped off the male subject at the third party’s residence.
According to the affidavit of probable cause, the Fast Cab employee was shown a six person photograph array. The employee was able to positively identify Marshall as the subject she had picked up and transported that evening.
Marshall was booked into the Kosciusko County Jail on May 15, with a $40,500 surety and cash bond.