Suspect arrested in One Ski Hill Place burglaries
On Wednesday Breckenridge Police arrested James Maenner, 40, at his Littleton home in connection with several recent burglaries at One Skill Hill Place in Breckenridge.
Breckenridge Police responded on June 15 to One Skill Place on the report of two Wii gaming systems, along with multiple games, that had been stolen from the media rooms on the property. Police responded again on June 17 to investigate the theft of a camera and lens stolen from the Slifer, Smith and Frampton real estate office located at One Ski Hill Place. Lock audits of these two areas revealed Maenner had accessed the media room and the real estate office during the times the thefts were to have occurred.
While reviewing video tape surveillance of the property, investigators discovered Maenner, an employee of Media Logix, a company hired to install security cameras and audio/media sound systems at One Ski Hill Place, entering a housekeeping storage closet and exiting with items from the closet. Those items included cutlery, small kitchen appliances and utensils.
Police executed an arrest warrant at Maenner’s Littleton residence mid-morning Wednesday where he was taken into custody. Maenner consented to a search of his residence where investigators located all of the stolen property with the exception of the camera and lens. Those items were later recovered at his mother-in-law’s home in Loveland. Maenner was then transported to Summit County Jail where he was charged with two counts of second-degree burglary, one count of felony theft, one count of misdemeanor theft and one count of second-degree criminal tampering
Maenner was later released after posting bond in the amount of $10,000.
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