Webster Man Charged With Breaking Into Neighbor’s Apartment


Webster Police


Webster Police were called to an apartment building at 291 Main Street for a reported break-in in progress on May 5th at 6:30PM.  The suspect, later identified as 46 year old Carlos Valdes of 297 Main Street was seen climbing into the apartment through an open window.  Police say this was the second time they had dealt with Valdes that day.

As officers knocked on the door, Valdes exited the apartment through a window and jumped over to the adjacent building where he lives at 297 Main Street.  The suspect was taken into custody after a brief struggle.  Police say the burglar was causing a scene by being uncooperative, “loud and screaming.”

Valdes was charged with Breaking and Entering in the Daytime for a Felony, Larceny from a Building, Malicious Destruction of Property valued at over $1200, Resisting Arrest, Disorderly Conduct, Disturbing the Peace.  He was held on $1,040 cash bail at the Webster Police Department and transported to the Dudley District Court for arraignment on May 6th.