Carson City man arrested for industrial burglary pursuing string of thefts at regional Household Enhancement retailers | Carson City Nevada Information

A 47-12 months-previous Carson Metropolis person was arrested in the space of Market Street for felony industrial burglary and felony tried grand larceny.

On Wednesday, Jan. 20, a House Depot Asset Protection Officer claimed a professional theft to Carson Metropolis Sheriff’s Workplace deputy.

The officer described that a regarded theft suspect, Brent Michael Akers, experienced attempted to steal products from the Carson Town Household Depot.

The officer mentioned that at about 5:24 p.m., a male customer brought a browsing cart with bins to the lumber cashier for examine out. Per House Depot policy, the cashier knowledgeable the purchaser he was likely to open the packing containers to verify the contents.

At this position the customer abandoned the transaction and exited the shop, walking to a existence white GMC Sierra pickup.

The cashier alerted a manager of the incident, and the manager identified the shopper and his truck as Brent Akers from earlier theft alerts.

The officer advised deputies Akers experienced been the topic of former theft investigations by Property Depot and had previously been arrested for thieving from the shop and had been trespassed from all Home Depot places.

The officer explained to deputies they were being also performing with Lowe’s Asset Defense Officers in Reno, as Akers was also being investigated by Lowe’s AP for theft.

The officer advised Akers would have interaction in “box stuffing,” which is selecting boxed items, getting rid of the reduced priced goods and insert ore high-priced goods into the boxes. The suspect then would fork out for the reduce priced merchandise labeled on the box.

When the Carson Metropolis Home Depot team opened the boxes Akers deserted they identified they ended up comprehensive of a lot of merchandise which include: 2 ring doorbell cameras, pipe wrenches, hammers, brass h2o hose bibs, pliers, screw drivers, tape steps, Roomba vacuums, crescent wrenches and batteries for electrical power resources.

The price of the merchandise in full amounted to $2,458.63.

Akers invested approximately two several hours in the retail outlet choosing items and inserting them in boxes, according to the arrest report.

Deputies ran the registration on the GMC pickup and observed it was registered to another person other than Akers. Household Depot claimed that he Akers experienced pushed the truck for the duration of various former thefts from Home Depot in Reno.

Deputies found an handle for Akers in Sparks, and on Jan. 21, they found the truck parked outside of the Sparks home.

Deputies contacted a Sparks Police Officer and encouraged them of the investigation, and the officer mentioned they would preserve an eye out for the truck.

On Jan. 28 at somewhere around 8 p.m., the Dwelling Depot officer contacted deputies stating that Lowe’s AP had just caught Akers stuffing containers in the Reno Lowe’s, and Akers had fled the store in the GMC.

Deputies contacted the Sparks officer and notified them of the incident. The Sparks Officer advised that the Sparks Law enforcement Department experienced cited Akers at a Walmart in Sparks for acquiring cash beneath bogus pretenses and trespassing.

They recommended Akers had supplied yet another tackle in Sparks for the citation.

The Sparks officer went to the pointed out tackle and saw Akers driving absent in the truck. They conducted a site visitors stop and Carson Metropolis deputies drove to the scene to arrest Akers.

For the duration of an impounding of the truck for the suspended registration, they positioned a significant range of instruments and items that appeared to be new from Dwelling Depot and Lowe’s in the back of the truck.

Furthermore, the Sparks officer situated about one gram of methamphetamine and methamphetamine pipes in the truck. Akers admitted to possession of the methamphetamine.

The Sparks officer introduced Akers into the custody of Carson Metropolis deputies, stating they would ask for a warrant for Akers for the methamphetamine and visitors costs.

He was taken into custody devoid of situation.

Bail: $30,000

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