Chicago man charged in Orland break-in
From Staff Reports August 15, 2013 10:00AM
Updated: September 17, 2013 8:15AM
A Chicago man already in prison on charges of residential burglary has been charged in a break-in that took place at an Orland Park home earlier this year, according to Orland Park Police.
Frank Williamson, 64, was charged last week with one count of residential burglary in connection with the Jan. 24 break-in at a condominium in the 7200 block of 157th Street, police said in a news release.
Cash, a PlayStation game console and a laptop computer were taken from the condo, according to police.
Items from the residence were turned over to the Illinois State Police crime lab, and in June, fingerprint impressions were found that linked Williamson to the burglary, police said.
Williamson, 3625 S. Lake Park Ave., had been serving time since early February of this year at the downstate Robinson Correctional Center on a separate residential burglary conviction, police said.
Bail on the Orland Park burglary charge was set at $50,000, and Williamson is due to return to the Bridgeview courthouse later this month, police said.