A Waupaca man out on bail for multiple counts of burglary and theft is accused of another break-in.
Anthony J. Polly, 26, Waupaca, was charged Nov. 9 with burglary, theft and felony bail jumping.
On Tuesday, Oct. 18, Waupaca County Deputy Andrew Thorpe was dispatched to a home on Birchwood Drive, in Dayton.
The owner said Polly had been doing outside work on her home recently. On Monday, Oct. 17, he was working on her deck when she left for about 90 minutes to run some errands. She did not lock her door.
When she returned, the woman discovered the nightstand drawer open in her bedroom and $200 in cash missing.
She also found Polly’s hat lying on the floor next to the nightstand.
Polly appeared in court on Aug. 24 when he was charged with one count of burglary and five counts of theft. He was released on a $2,000 signature bond.
On Sept. 20, he was charged with burglary and theft, stemming from a June incident, and released on a $2,000 signature bond.
Polly is scheduled for his first court appearance on Nov. 22.