Police make arrest in Richmond burglary spree
By Ashlee Clark
RICHMOND – Police arrested a Richmond man who they say is responsible for breaking into six area businesses Tuesday.
Between 3 and 7 a.m. Tuesday, Richmond police say Matthew A. Feck, 23, broke into Richmond Motors, Domani’s Italian Restaurant, Casa Café, Employment Plus, Audio Center and CitiFinancial on the east side of the city.
According to police, money, a camera, a laptop, computer equipment, two leather bags and subwoofers were among the items taken from the businesses.
Police identified Feck as a suspect shortly after the burglaries. Officers recovered the stolen property and arrested Feck. He is charged with six counts of third degree burglary for the break ins. He is also charged with receiving stolen property for breaking into a vehicle at Aaron’s Sales and Lease and taking work tools.
Feck is being held in the Madison County jail on a $50,000 cash bond.
Ashlee Clark covers Madison County for the Herald-Leader. Reach her at (859) 626-5878.