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Waynesboro Police Arrest Daytime Home Break-In Suspect

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Waynesboro Police Department Press Release:

The Waynesboro Police Department has arrested a Waynesboro man after a brazen daytime home break-in that occurred over the weekend.

Kyle Campbell Bradley, 33 years old, is facing one felony count of breaking & entering into an occupied dwelling.

On July 13 at approximately 11:15 AM, officers responded to the area of the 1100 block of South Winchester Avenue for a report of a home burglary that had just occurred.

According to the 81 year old victim, he was in his home when a male kicked in his front door and came inside. The homeowner, who is a veteran, confronted the intruder and scared him off.Waynesboro Emergency Operations Center staff were able to broadcast a description of the suspect who had fled on foot. Officers found the individual near the Invista plant on South Delphine Avenue a short time later and identified him as Bradley.

Bradley is free on bond. He next court appearance is in Waynesboro General District Court in late July.

Sgt Brian Edwards
Support Services Sergeant
Waynesboro Police Department
Waynesboro, VA 22980

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