Baltimore couple accused of stealing $100,000+ in copper wire from Crofton
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WBFF) - Anne Arundel County police arrested two people from Baltimore in connection with a theft scheme that allegedly involved more than $100,000 worth of copper wire stolen from a Crofton construction company, according to a press release sent Monday.
Kim Everett Fahrenbach, of Brunswick Street, and Robert Elmer Prosser, of Sargent Street, were arrested at about 1:53 a.m. Sunday while detectives were conducting surveillance at the Rock Creek Construction company, on Cronson Boulevard in Crofton, according to the release.
The suspects were found to have more than $2,500 worth of copper wire in their car, and both were arrested and transported to Western District police station.
Prosser also had two outstanding warrants for thefts from that location and was caught in January at Rock Creek Construction committing a similar offense, according to the release.
The suspects were charged with fourth-degree burglary, theft over $1,000 and trespassing.