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PRATTVILLE, AL (WSFA) -
Avery Morgan is not at
all surprised by the burglary on Greystone Way in the Silver Hills subdivision
It happened to his dad's
home a half-mile away about a year ago.
"They stole a TV
and a few other items. We were surprised by that," said Morgan.
On Greystone beyond
Cumberland Drive Prattville police say 19-year old Tyler James Kasic broke
into a home and stole around $1,000 worth of items. Kasic then allegedly broke
into a vehicle at the same location.
Investigators say the
suspect knew of the family but was not a relative. That's why the man was
somewhat familiar with the home.
There were no injuries
in the crime and today Kasic faces two counts of second degree burglary, one
count of second degree theft, one count of third degree theft and one count of
breaking and entering a vehicle.
Morgan believes the time
has come to be even more vigilant.
"It does make me a
little nervous. We just gotta be more watchful," Morgan said.
Police chief Mark
Thompson says Kasic does have a history with the Prattville Police Department
but Thompson didn't know the extent at the time of this report.
Kasic has already had
his first court appearance. Detectives requested no bond and got it.
Kasic remains in the
Autauga County Metro jail.
12 East Delano Avenue
Montgomery, AL 36105