Burglary suspect arrested after running into NW Baltimore home

Kenyon Cooper/Denard McDaniels (Photos: Baltimore City Police)

BALTIMORE (WBFF)-- Baltimore police announced the arrests of two teens for burglary and auto theft charges in Northwest Baltimore.

On December 4, 2017, police arrested 18 year-old Kenyon Cooper of Baltimore City and 19 year-old Danard McDaniels of Baltimore County for burglary.

Cooper was also charged with auto theft.

Earlier that day, police were called to a home in the 7000 block of Wallis Avenue for a reported burglary. The home owner was notified by his alarm company about detected motion in the home. The owner returned to his home and discovered evidence of a burglary.

Not long after the burglary, residents told police that a silver Toyota Camry stolen on November 21st, from a resident in the 6700 block of Cross County Boulevard was spotted driving in the area.

A Baltimore County Police helicopter observed the vehicle and alerted officers on the ground.

Police found the stolen Camry, arresting Danard McDaniels. Police say he had property of the home owner from the 7000 of Willis Avenue in his pants pocket.

Kenyon Cooper ran from the scene and into a home located in the 4800 block of Beaufort Avenue. The occupants of the home told police they did not know him, Cooper was arrested in the kitchen.

Both Cooper and McDaniels were transported to Central Booking Intake Facility and charged with varying degrees of burglary, theft, destruction of property and auto theft.

Detectives believe the suspects have committed other burglaries in the area.

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