Police arrest suspects in a collection of business break-ins in Albuquerque
ALBUQUERQUE, NM (KRQE) – Albuquerque Police Department reports that officers arrested a man suspected of having been involved in several commercial break-ins recently, including one at the Kim Jew Photography studio. Brandon Gadsby, 27, was arrested after allegedly breaking into an auto company on Friday April 23.
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Police said the officers responded to an alarm at Cataline Automotive on Utah St. in northeast Albuquerque just before 5 a.m. Authorities’ reporters were made aware of a surveillance video of the break-in and searched the area for the suspect.
Officials located the suspect, identified as Gadsby, in the Cardenas and Menaul Blvd. area. APD reports that he concealed his identity and was arrested.
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According to police, during a search of Gadsby, officers discovered items that were stolen during the break-in. APD reports that he has been arrested for commercial burglary and two pending arrest warrants.
He is due to be tried by a jury in May for allegedly breaking into Driver’s Den on Eubank Blvd. Authorities say he did not appear in court.