Police: Trespasser Downs Whiskey in Conshy Apartment
Police say he was also caught with rubber gloves.
A Plymouth Meeting man is facing felony trespassing charges after Conshohocken Police say he entered a former friend's apartment and drank his booze.
Kadeem Lindo, 23, of the 300 block of Jefferson Street, Plymouth Meeting, has been charged with felony criminal trespassing and misdemeanor theft, along with a summary public drunkenness offense, in connection with the incident.
Records show that the apartment's resident first called police to his Fayette Street apartment in mid-December, reporting that Lindo had stolen items from his residence and was "on the fire escape, yelling at him" and trying to jump on his balcony.
When police arrived, the victim explained that he was formerly friends with Lindo, and that Lindo had knowledge of a way into his apartment that the victim had contacted the owner about fixing.
The victim further told police that when he left for work that morning, he had placed an unopened bottle of Jack Daniels on a table. Upon arriving home after his first shift, he found it be half empty. Later, a female friend was inside the apartment when Lindo allegedly entered, wearing rubber gloves and asking "where's my s--t."
When the woman asked Lindo to clarify, he replied "my mop," which the woman thought was strange since the apartment was "a mess" and that there "would be no use for a mop," she told police. Lindo allegedly left the apartment a short time later. When the victim later returned home, he found the whiskey bottle to be entirely empty, and with his friend, called police.
Police say that while they were investigating, Lindo returned to the apartment and was taken into custody. On his person, police allegedly found a pair of latex gloves, a small flash light, and a multi-tool, and they also determined that Lindo was intoxicated. The resident of the apartment also told police that someone had previously stolen a lightbulb from a ceiling fixture.
Lindo is currently in Montgomery County Prison in lieu of $5,000 bail and next faces a formal arraignment at the County Courthouse on February 13.