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Aledo vehicle burglaries solved

December 22nd, 2010 - Comments Off

Parker County, Texas – According to reports as of Monday, a man remained incarcerated at Parker County Jail with his bond set at $42,500.

The Parker Parker County Sheriff’s Criminal Investigations Division arrested 17-year old, Blake Kenneth Dietrich for multiple charges Thursday afternoon. Parker County Sheriff Larry Fowler said sheriff’s deputies initially responded to a burglary of a vehicle call Dec. 10, around 7:30 p.m., where the victim stated unknown suspect(s) entered his vehicle in the 100 block of Deer Creek Drive in Aledo, and stole his wallet with identifying information.

The victim’s neighbor later notified the victim he found a wallet containing the victim’s identification about a block away from his residence. When the victim went to retrieve the wallet, he discovered it was not his and it contained numerous identification including credit/debit cards. The items were turned over to deputies. A second burglary of a vehicle also was reported the same evening and the victim’s identifying information was also discovered inside the wallet, among others.

The wallet was then found belonging to Dietrich, a man in Aledo, as Sheriff’s investigators conducted an investigation. Dietrich gave a false location to investigators of his whereabouts on the night of the vehicle burglaries and through the investigation; Dietrich was connected to three additional vehicle burglaries, resulting in several warrants issued for his arrest.

Weatherford-Parker County Fugitive Apprehension Unit members served the warrants at Aledo High School Thursday afternoon and arrested Dietrich. He was found in possession of Xanax and marijuana at the time of his arrest. Deitrich was charged with two counts of fraud use possession of identifying information and two counts of credit card/debit card abuse. Additional charges of possession of a controlled substance in a drug-free zone and possession of a controlled substance in a correctional facility are pending.

Sheriff’s investigators said the case is still under investigation. Fowler said the case will be referred to the Parker County District Attorney’s Office for consideration of prosecution.

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