A man allegedly responsible for multiple car break-ins in Pueblo West has been arrested.
The Pueblo County Sheriff's Office says there were 13 thefts from vehicles in the Pueblo West area between March 10th and March 14th. In some cases the vehicles were left unlocked, but in other cases the thief broke windows to reach items inside. Stolen items include electronic equipment, electronic games, computers, GPS units, credit cards, and purses.
The sheriff's office says their investigation lead them to 25 year-old Tyler Baker. They say a search of Baker's home recovered many of the items stolen in the thefts. They did not say Barker is responsible for all of the thefts between March 10th and March 14th.
The sheriff's office also says they found drugs and drug paraphernalia in the home.
Barker was arrested March 14th and charged with three counts of first degree criminal trespass, unlawful possession of a controlled substance and theft under $1000.
The sheriff's office says 27 year-old Tamara Trotti also lives at the home and was arrested. They say she admitted to using drugs. She reportedly also has an infant in the hospital and has been supplying breast milk for the baby. The sheriff's office says the Department of social Services was contacted.
Trotti was arrested and charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance, child abuse resulting in serious bodily injury and theft by receiving.
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