Montco Man Burglarizes Mom’s Home
An Abington mother identified her own jewelry to police ... and suspected that her son had committed burglary
According to a phillyburbs.com article, Tyrie Miller, 27, of the 2500 block of Maryland Road in Upper Moreland pleaded guilty to burglary charges in Abington and in East Norriton.
According to the news report, the Abington burglary took place between Sept. 7 and Sept. 16, in which Miller is reported, in the criminal complaint, to have forced open the lock on his mother’s bedroom door, and stole items from her jewelry chest.
The report continues to say that police then went to a local precious metals dealer, where Miller was found to have sold women’s jewelry, which Miller’s mother later identified as her own.
Miller was also charged with burglary in East Norriton on Oct. 26. According to the report, Miller broke into a home on the 3200 block of Sharon Lane, where the criminal complaint reported him to have stolen a camera, alcohol, as well as jewelry.
Montgomery County Judge Steven O’Neill is reported to have postponed sentencing Miller to gain more information about him, but could sentence him to the maximum of 42-and-half to 85 years.
For the initial story, visit www.phillyburbs.com.