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Stupid Case File for October 29, 2005

Suspect in W.Va. Break-In Found Asleep

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A suspect in a break-in at a veterinarian's office wasn't hard to find. He was sleeping in his office at a neighboring business and allegedly had some stolen items in his pockets.

Chad Lee Mays, 26, of Malden was charged Thursday with breaking and entering. Mays owns a tire shop next door to the Kanawha Boulevard Animal Hospital in Charleston, according to a criminal complaint filed in Kanawha County Magistrate Court.

Charleston police responding to the break-in saw a tire shop employee outside that business early Thursday morning, waiting for it to open. The employee said Mays was inside sleeping.

Mays told police he had heard an alarm go off at the veterinarian's office but did not see anything. He then said he needed to use a restroom and walked into another room where Patrolman S.S. Midkiff saw a computer similar to one that had been reported stolen, the complaint said.

Police searched the suspect and allegedly found cash and vials of veterinary drugs in his pockets.

Mays was being held Friday at South Central Regional Jail in Charleston.


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