Worthington Burglar Arrested

Worthington Burglar Arrested


Worthington, MN (KICD) — A former Worthington man charged with burglarizing a Worthington business, has a court date.
  27-year old Marshall Bejarano of Granite Falls is to make his first court appearance in Nobles County District Court Tuesday on charges of burglary, property damage and trespassing. Bejarano was arrested December 13 after the Worthington Police Department conducted an investigation regarding an alleged break-in at a Worthington business.
The complaint states authorities were notified of an alarm going off at Graham Tire the evening of December 8. An unlocked door, broken window and shoe prints were found. Police following the tracks found they led through several buildings in the city, including a private garage, an apartment building and several business lots. Surveillance video from Graham Tire showed the suspect, who wore a black sweatshirt with white letters.
  Another business, Jaycox Implement, reported prints circling their business, and surveillance video showed the same male suspect.  Video from Castlewood Apartments showed the same person, identified as Bejarano, in the same outfit and entering the building, then leaving again.
  Bejarano is currently on supervised release from the Minnesota Department of Corrections and had an active arrest warrant.  He has an extensive criminal history with numerous arrests and convictions stemming from burglary and thefts from businesses.

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