MADISON, Wis. - A man was arrested in connection to two burglaries on Madison's north side Sept. 7, officials said.
Jamohn D. Barney, 18, of Madison, was arrested in connection to the residential burglaries of homes in the 4300 block of Kennedy Road and Cordelia Crescent, according to a release.
Barney was able to open a garage window and get into one home through the unlocked door in the garage, police said. He got into the second home through an unlocked window after cutting a screen.
According to the release, jewelry and electronics were stolen around 6:15 a.m. from both homes.
Police said Barney was identified through a pawn slip after selling some of the stolen items to Pawn America.Madison crime map
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