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A 25-year-old man has been charged with felony charges after stealing items from the Milwaukee Brewers’ clubhouse after a game. Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
Justin Bradone allegedly passed out in the bushes outside American Family Field during the Sept. 8 doubleheader against the San Francisco Giants. entered and admitted to stealing memorabilia, electronic equipment, etc.
“(Bradone) said he approached the stadium door and started pulling on it until it opened,” the criminal complaint said.
According to Bentley, the Brewers equipment manager said a 45th anniversary bat signed by the Brewers in 1982, a replica of a World Series ring, and keys to a spring training facility in Arizona were among the items taken from his office. was in
The robbery included manager Craig Counsell’s jersey and shaving kit, a work laptop, and credit cards.
According to his roommate, Bledorn took an Uber home from the game with a duffel bag containing all the items. After Bradone sent text messages and photos from inside the stadium, his roommate notified the police of the theft.
Surveillance video also captured some of the criminal activity. Police found most of the items in the suspect’s apartment.
If convicted, Bledorn could face up to 12 years and 6 months in prison.