By Kaylin E. Searles, Leslie Rubin
September 2, 2014
Charleston police have arrested the Kanawha County man they said is connected to two burglaries.
Jordan Dickens, 24, of Charleston is charged with two counts of burglary, according to a criminal complaint filed in Kanawha County Magistrate Court.
Police said several items were taken from a home on Sheridan Circle on Aug. 27. Police said items were taken from another home on Lower Donnelly road sometime Sunday. The items pawned ranged from jewelry, to an X-box One, a wireless headset, battery pack and video games.
Police said Dickens sold the stolen items at Gamestop in the Charleston Towncenter Mall about 5 p.m. Sunday. Police said the stolen items were found because the victim provided a serial number that was linked to the stolen X-box on Leads Online. The stolen jewelry was also found on Leads Online and taken to the victim, who confirmed it as hers.