Olathe BBQ grill owners confronting some-more than a dozen charges for purported theft, temperament theft
March 12, 2018 - bbq set
OLATHE, Kan. — An Olathe grill grill owners is now confronting 15 some-more charges of purported temperament burglary and theft.
On Monday, Matthew R. Sander, owners of Smokin’ Joe’s Bar-B-Q, was charged with 7 depends of temperament theft, 6 depends of misconduct theft, one count of transgression burglary and one count of rapist use of a financial label in Johnson County.
Court papers prove a charges branch from purported crimes on Jan. 28, though justice annals providing some-more sum of a occurrence were not publicly accessible Monday.
The 54-year-old was already on bond and is already confronting several charges in Johnson County for identical purported crimes.
On Mar 2, Sander was charged with temperament theft, rapist use of a financial label and burglary from purported crimes on Jan. 25 in Overland Park involving a opposite victim. He was also charged in Dec for transgression burglary after he allegedly stole sell from an Overland Park Sam’s Club.
For a many new charges, Sander’s bond has been set during $25,000.