An Eldersburg man was arrested Sunday in connection to up to five burglaries between Aug. 24 and Sept. 3.
Robert Daniel Duvall, 25, of the 6000 block of Cedar Court, was charged with 13 counts related to the burglaries, including but not limited to two counts of first-degree burglary, three of fourth-degree burglary and several of theft less than $1,000.
He was initially held Sunday on $50,000 bond, which remained the same after a Tuesday bail review. He had not posted bail as of 8 p.m. Tuesday, according to electronic court records.
Duvall pawned several items from four of the burglarized properties and had planned to pawn items from the fifth, according to a statement of probable cause.
When speaking to a responding Carroll County Sheriff's Office deputy, Duvall said he had received the items from at least three of the burglaries from a friend, according to the statement.
Most of the stolen items, which include power drills, copper piping and saws, were tools, according to the statement. The total value of the stolen items was at least $3,515, according to the statement.
Duvall was seen at the first burglarized residence prior to the burglary and had helped neighbors move items at two other properties that were later burglarized, according to the statement.
All burglaries occurred on Cedar Court and Rolling View Drive, according to the statement.