OSP trooper at the office hears man breaking into cars
ROSEBURG, Ore. -- Authorities say a man was arrested after he picked a bad time and place to break into some vehicles.
An Oregon State Police trooper happened to witness a crime while standing in the back parking lot of the OSP office.
The trooper was ouside when he observed the motion light go on at Walker Brothers Auto Repair, and then heard a car alarm.
When the trooper responded to the area, he noticed several vehicles that had broken windowns.
Edmondo Fabianek, 30, was walking away from the business with several bags, tools and flashlights, and also had broken vehicle glass on his clothing, according to the trooper.
Fabianek was charged with 17 counts of unlawful entry into a motor vehicle, criminal mischief and more.
He's currently being held at the Douglas County Jail on $165,000 bail.