Indianapolis man’s ‘suspicious activity’ leads to arrest in burglary case
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Something didn’t seem right about the man when police stopped him last week.
Indianapolis Metropolitan police didn’t let that nagging feeling go. Their efforts resulted in the arrest of 32-year-old Charles Berry.
On Oct. 18, detectives stopped Berry for suspicious activity. They later checked on his vehicle, which they learned may have been used in a burglary days before on Oct. 15. On Oct. 24, police found the vehicle in the parking lot of a business and began searching for Berry.
4 Fast Facts
- Police arrest man in burglary case
- Detectives came across him on Oct. 18 and said he seemed suspicious
- They tracked his car and found him with stolen items outside a home with a broken window
- They’re investigating his possible involvement in other cases
They found him walking up to a residence in the 3200 block of East 52nd Street. He was carrying items in a blanket. Officers detained him after finding a broken window at the residence. They also believed the items Berry was carrying were stolen.
Berry was arrested on a preliminary charge of burglary. IMPD said it was investigating his potential involvement in other crimes in the area.