Northwest suburban man charged with burglarizing neighbors’ homes
SUN-TIMES MEDIA April 3, 2013 2:32AM
Davon Miller | Cook County Sheriff's Office photo
A northwest suburban man was not a very good neighbor, according to police, who arrested him on charges of burglarizing three homes in his neighborhood in unincorporated Maine Township.
Davon Miller, 22, with charged with burglarizing three of his neighbors’ home in unincorporated Maine Township, according to a statement from the Cook County Sheriff’s Office.
Detectives were called about 5:45 p.m. March 28 to a home in 10000 block of Linda Lane, where someone had forced open the door of an apartment when no one was home and stole several items, police said.
A canvass of the neighborhood led detectives to a man named “Renzo,” whom a witness had seen in area at the time of the burglary. “Renzo” turned out to be Davon Miller, who also goes by the name Lorenzo Miller, according to police.
Police said Miller admitted to the Linda Lane burglary and two similar break-ins on nearby Holly Lane in recent weeks, police said.
Miller, of the 9900 block of Linda Lane, was charged with three felony counts of burglary and ordered held on an $80,000 bond. He remained in custody at the Cook County Jail as of Tuesday, according to police.