Cape Coral Police arrest man for burglary and grand theft
CAPE CORAL, Fla. -- A Man is in the Lee County jail after being arrested by Cape Coral Police for burglary and grand theft.
On April 9th a woman discovered that her jewelry was missing from her home.
With no sign of forced entry to her home, she suspected her daughter’s boyfriend.
Detectives began investigating and discovered that Bachelor had pawned several pieces of women’s’ jewelry over the past several months, dating back to December.
The victim was able to identify her property as some of that which was pawned and sold.
Cape Coral Detectives arrested 28-year-old Joseph Bachelor on one count of Burglary, one count of Grand Theft, five counts of False Information to a Pawnbroker and five counts of Dealing in Stolen Property.
Employees at a local gold dealer identified Bachelor as the person who sold some of the victim’s property.
Forensics Technicians from the Cape Coral Police Department positively matched the fingerprints from transaction paperwork for the gold sales to that of Bachelor.
On Thursday Bachelor was located by Detectives at his mother’s home and taken into custody.