For instance, a Howard County man has pleaded guilty to four counts of first-degree burglary stemming from incidents in which he stole valuables from apartments, also making off with an array of bras and panties, The Washington Post reports. He even admitted wearing women's clothing during one of the break-ins, according to the Howard County State's Attorney's Office.
Brian Eui Hong, 24, broke into apartments 12 months ago at the Town & Country complex in Ellicott City, according to authorities. County police had charged him with breaking into nine apartments, where "residents reported various valuables stolen, including jewelry, credit cards, clothing, electronics and cash. In each case, residents reported that large quantities of women's underwear also had been taken," police said in a statement.
Detectives cracked the case after determining that a victim's stolen credit card had been used at an Exxon station in Ellicott City.
You mean they didn't catch him by spotting him somewhere in women's clothes? That's just disappointing.