I don’t know which is dumber, forgetting the paper work containing your name in the home you’re burglarizing or bringing them along in the first place?
One thing is certain; Andre Antonio Henry will have about 18 years in jail to think about that question.
According to police, the 30-year-old brought his court documents along on one of his break-ins. According to Silver Spring Patch, Henry left behind the paperwork containing his name and a list of charges against him. Surprise, surprise — they were all burglary related!
The police used the court documents to prove he’d committed a string of crimes. But that’s not the only evidence they had against him…
NBC Washington reported that police also had video of Henry breaking into offices and stealing credit cards he would later use at stores like Banana Republic. Seems his thirst for 100% Pima cotton V-neck sweaters may have been unquenchable!
Montgomery County State’s Attorney John J. McCarthy said, “Protecting our businesses from serial commercial burglars is a priority. Our residents and business owners must feel safe to live, work and operate a business in Montgomery County.”
But if most criminals are as “smart” as Henry, then Montgomery County should be feeling pretty safe right about now.