Imperial Man Charged in Connection With Two Fenton Home Burglaries
Bradley W. Sutton allegedly entered a Fenton home where he was confronted by the homeowner. He then fled the scene and purportedly broke into a nearby home and stole jewelry.
A 20-year-old Imperial man is facing charges in connection with two home burglaries in Fenton.
Bradley W. Sutton, of the 3500 block Kreienheder Dr., has been charged with first- and second- degree burglary by the Jefferson County Prosecuting Attorney's Office. Bond has been set at $75,000 cash only.
On Jan. 15, Sutton entered an occupied home through an unlocked door in the 1100 block of Konert Valley Dr., according to court documents. After being confronted by the homeowner, he fled the scene.
Sutton then entered a second home on the street by breaking out a back window, the documents state. When arrested, officers found several pieces of jewelry from that home and a burglary tool in Sutton's jacket pocket.
Sutton has another second-degree burglary charge from a case filed with the Jefferson County Prosecutor's Office in April.
First-degree burglary is a class B felony and second-degree burglary is a class C felony.
Charges and allegations mentioned in this report do not indicate convictions.