Suspect in Rash of Rural Burglaries Arrested

The suspect in a string of rural daytime home burglaries in Loudoun and Fauquier counties has been arrested.

Theodore Roosevelt Bailey, 62, of Capitol Heights, was charged by the Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday with burglary and possession of burglarious tools. He was arrested without incident in Alexandria. He is being held without bond.

Bailey is charged in connection with a Feb. 8 burglary on Mount Airy Road west of Upperville, but his is the suspect in at least seven other similar crimes.

In Loudoun, he has been connected to Jan. 10 break ins at homes on Grubstake Farm Lane near Hillsboro—when he was caught on video tape at the front door—and the 39000 block of Charles Town Pike near Hamilton.

Three more burglaries and an attempted burglary were reported on Feb. 3 in Fauquier County. The burglaries occurred in the 4800 block of O’Bannon Road, the 7400 block of Drake Drive, and the 6400 block of James Madison Highway. An attempted burglary was also reported in the 5300 block of James Madison Highway near Great Meadow

Two additional burglaries were reported on Feb. 6 in the Aldie area. The suspect entered a home in the 39000 block of John Mosby Highway and removed two handguns from a safe. A similar burglary was reported in the 38000 block of John Mosby Highway where jewelry was stolen from a home

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