Ryan Brandis stands out as the topic of more CWBChicago stories than every other particular person in our seven-year historical past.
We did a full profile of him — titled “50 shades of Ryan Brandis — in 2013.
He went to jail the subsequent month for breaking into an untold variety of condominium constructing laundry and bike rooms round Lakeview and Uptown. Then, the state launched him from jail early. And he shortly wound up again in custody.
That’s once we dubbed him the “In-And-Out Burglar” as a result of he stored getting arrested for theft and housebreaking each time authorities launched him from jail or jail.
He was despatched again to jail in 2017 however obtained launched early once more final October.
On March 16, Chicago police issued a bulletin after Brandis went “lacking” whereas on parole.
Police say they situated the “lacking” Brandis on Monday afternoon. Not surprisingly, they are saying he burglarized a Boystown residential constructing minutes earlier than they discovered him.
A witness referred to as 911 round 1:45 p.m. yesterday after they noticed the 32-year-old kick within the entrance door of a house on the 800 block of West Cornelia, police stated in the present day. Neighbors helped cops find Brandis on close by Halsted Road, the place he was taken into custody after a brief foot chase.
Prosecutors charged Brandis with felony housebreaking and misdemeanor theft. He’s due in bond court docket on Tuesday afternoon.