The New Castle County Police have charged William Grzybowski, 31, of New Castle, Chase Urban, 21, of Smyrna and Cierra Reynolds, 19, also of New Castle with burglary and other related offenses after an investigation into the burglary of the Garfield Park Police Athletic League (PAL).
(New Castle, DE-19720) On Monday (May 22) Officers responded to the Garfield Park PAL located in the unit block of Karlyn Drive for the report of a burglary that occurred sometime during the weekend. Officers learned the unknown suspects entered the area through an unsecured rear door near the loading bay that leads into the gymnasium. The suspects caused damage to the gym door which they pried open with an unknown tool and entered a storage area.
The suspects then removed hockey sticks and poked holes into the ceilings and ransacked rooms inside the facility. The suspects then threw blue detergent throughout the kitchen and entertainment room. The suspects removed an undisclosed amount of cash, three (3) 55 inch LG televisions, an XBOX with games, shoes and other miscellaneous items.
Officers collected evidence from the scene which linked them to Urban. Urban’s vehicle was located at the home of Reynolds and a search warrant was drafted and executed. Items taken from the Garfield Park PAL were located inside Reynolds’ home.
Additional information was obtained and Grzybowski was developed as an additional suspect. Grzybowski was located at the Howard R. Young Correctional Institution on an unrelated charge. Detectives learned Grzybowski was wearing a stolen pair of sneakers taken from the PAL when he arrived at the facility.
Cierra Reynolds, Chase Urban and William Gryzbowski were charged with burglary in the third degree, conspiracy in the second degree, criminal mischief and theft of $1,500 or greater.
Chase Urban was arraigned and committed to the Howard R. Young Correctional Institution is lieu of $4,500 secured bail and issued a no contact order.
William Grzybowski is currently awaiting arraignment on the burglary charges but is committed to the Howard R. Young Correctional Institution on unrelated charges.
Cierra Reynolds was arraigned and released on $5,000 unsecured bail and issued a no contact order.