Alleged Metro PCS Burglars Set for Guilty Pleas in May
The team of two who burgled the Metro PCS Store in Bristol will apparently enter guilty pleas next at their next court appearance next month,
The arrests came within hours if the burglary in which the dynamic duo, unwittingly lead police right to them due in part to tracking technology launched in the cell phones they allegedly stole. Police were able to track the suspects as they headed to Philadelphia in Chevy Equinox with a Florida registration.
Police with guidance from the security firm following the tracker continued to keep an an electronic eye on the the suspects via the stolen merchandise on I-95, Subsequently Bristol authorities notified Philadelphia Police from the 15th District who took suspects into custody via a car stop on the 6200 block of Torresdale Avenue, court records show.
Police noted that within plain view in the suspect’s vehicle were a number of T-Mobile/Metro PCS boxes and sim cards the criminal complaint alleged. Police said the suspects also stole an uhdeternined amount of U.S curr
In February Hicks waived her right to a preliminary hearing with Mathis having his charges held over at preliminary hearing
Hicks was released from Bucks County Correctional in November after he was approve= from secured to unsecured bail but was jailed again just last week in a unrelated case out of Middletown Township, court records show,
According to a recent filing by the district attorney’s office both suspects are planning to plead guilty for the Burglary, at a pre-conference on May 17. They each face multiple counts of felony burglary and theft charges.