New Castle News


November 17, 2013

Police match fingerprints in two burglaries

NEW CASTLE — New Castle police said they have solved two August burglaries with fingerprint matches.

One was on the city’s South Side. The other was on the East Side.

James Andelmo II, 45, of 201-23 Neshannock Ave., is wanted for allegedly breaking into a vacant apartment on South Jefferson Street Aug. 4 or 5 and stealing tools.

Michael David Boros Jr., 26, of 82 Butler Ave. is wanted for an alleged house break-in Aug. 8.

Officers collected fingerprints at both scenes, ran them through the Pennsylvania Automated Fingerprint Identification System and came up with matches under their names. Warrants have been issued for their arrests.

Andelmo allegedly pried open a window and stole a Black and Decker tool box full of tools and three electric drills.

He is charged with burglary, criminal trespass, theft, receiving stolen property and criminal mischief.

Although Boros is accused of breaking into a house in the 800 block of Lathrop Street, nothing was reported stolen.

Police obtained a right palm print and fingerprints from a window that matched those of Boros.

He is charged with burglary, criminal trespass, criminal mischief.

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