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25-year-old man charged with theft after breaking into Brewers home

Justin Broadon, 25, has been charged with breaking into the Brewers’ American Family Field clubhouse and stealing jerseys. The US media “CBS Sports” reports. According to court records, the indictment was dated December 14, 2018 (15 Japan time).

According to the complaint, Broadon attended the Brewers-Giants doubleheader with his roommates on September 8th (9th) last year. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that Broadon drank at least 10 beers, passed out, woke up in the bushes, and then “re-entered” the ballpark drunk.

It is said that the physical coach’s computer, credit card, passport, etc. have disappeared, and director Craig Counsel’s uniform and shaving set have also disappeared from the scene. In addition, it is said that the 45th anniversary bat signed by the 1982 members, the replica ring of the World Series, and the key to the camp facility in Arizona were also damaged.

A roommate who saw Broadon with a large amount of “souvenirs” called the police. The theft was reportedly caught on surveillance cameras. Most of the damaged items were recovered at the defendant’s apartment. If convicted, he could face up to 12 years and six months in prison, a $25,000 fine, or both.

(Full-Count editorial department)

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