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grandmother's home was broken into and her jewelry stolen, and Rossford Police
say her own grandson is the suspect.
say 21-year-old William "Billy" Wesley broke a window in order to gain access
to his grandmother's house on Marilyn Drive. He walked away with nearly
$100,000 in jewelry and whatever else he could carry. He stashed some of the
stolen property at his home and the rest in a vacant house.
police say it was Wesley's odd behavior that tipped them off. They say he
arrived at the crime scene at the same time as police and pretended not to know
about the burglary.
take someone's personal belongings usually so they can be resold," said Police
Chief Glenn Goss. "My guess would be for money."
has been charged with felony second-degree burglary. The stolen property was
returned to his grandmother.