Baltimore man accused in burglaries, held without bail

September 02, 1999|BY A SUN STAFF WRITER

A Baltimore man was held yesterday without bail at the Carroll County Detention Center after he was charged in several burglaries and thefts in Westminster in January and February.

Willie Capers Williams of the 3200 block of Lake Ave. is accused of breaking into toy stores in Cranberry Mall and Cranberry Square, as well as Country Liquors and Big Lots in 140 Village Shopping Center and Kmart on Englar Road, court records show.

All the stores are in Westminster.

Williams was charged on 20 counts, including several counts of second-degree burglary, theft over and under $300, and malicious destruction of property for alleged incidents Jan. 16, Jan. 18 and Feb. 2, court records show.

He also was charged on multiple counts of stealing credit cards belonging to two employees of the burglarized stores, court records show.

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