(KMOV) – A man already sentenced for a previous burglary charge is accused of breaking into and stealing from four different Chesterfield businesses since last summer.
Myron Whiters, 51, was charged April 3 with three counts of second-degree burglary and misdemeanor theft. He was again charged last week with another second-degree burglary and misdemeanor theft charge.
According to court documents, between 7:30 p.m. Aug. 21 and 8:30 a.m. Aug. 22, Whiters broke into three different suites at a business building in the 16000 block of Swingley Ridge Rd.
While there, Whiters told police he stole a laptop from one of the offices.
Authorities said on Jan. 10, Whiters broke into an office building in the 16400 block of Wild Horse Creek Rd.
Police said he then stole two bottles of whiskey and a laptop from the building, which is home to several businesses.
Authorities said they were able to link Whiters to the crime after DNA found at the scene matched a blood sample taken from a previous robbery at Brown Macke College in Fenton. He was sentenced Dec. 13 to seven years in prison for that incident.