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Coeur d'Alene Man Arrested For Three Burglaries In One Night

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Brandon Jarvis was transported to the jail and charged with three felony counts of burglary. Brandon Jarvis was transported to the jail and charged with three felony counts of burglary.
SPOKANE, Wash. - Early Monday morning, Coeur d'Alene Police Sergeant Greg Moore was on patrol and noticed a man climbing over a fence in the 2000 block of E. Sherman. Thinking this was suspicious behavior for 2:30 in the morning, Sgt. Moore pulled into an alley to try and catch up with the man. He didn't find the man, but did see a door to Piggies Deli that was bent and had mud on it from what appeared to be someone trying to kick it in.

While police were at Piggies waiting for the owner to respond, a burglary alarm was activated about two blocks away. Officers quickly responded to that business and found a broken window, but no one inside. The manager of that business showed up and was able to show officers video of a man entering the business and walking around. The man in the video looked like the same man Sgt. Moore saw earlier.

A couple of hours later, officers were called to yet another business, Jimmy's Down The Street, about four blocks away from Piggies and found a broken window in the back of the business. Surveillance video showed that the suspect, who matched the prior burglaries, was in the building about forty minutes before officers arrived.

It appears that the suspected burglar wasn't done yet, as about 90 minutes later, the manager of Jimmy's Down The Street called to report that the man he thought was responsible for the burglary was now sitting at the counter. The owner was able to get a picture of the man, send it to detectives, who then matched the suspect to the surveillance video.

Detectives showed up to the restaurant and made contact with the suspect, identified as 18-year-old Brandon Jarvis. Jarvis told detectives he was at the restaurant looking for a cell phone he said he loaned to a friend. Detectives saw Jarvis had dried blood and dirt on this hands and took him into custody. Once he was interviewed by detectives, he admitted to the burglaries and was booked into the Kootenai County Jail on three felony counts of Burglary.
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