Police have arrested 19-year-old Jordan Uliasz on multiple accounts stemming from a number of residential burglaries.
Uliasz was arrested by police in July on similar charges related to a July crime spree.
According to police, Uliasz was charged with multiple counts of home invasion, first-degree burglary, third-degree burglary, criminal attempt, larceny and criminal mischief.
Seven warrants were completed by police and signed by the Bristol Superior Court; and on Sept. 25, Uliasz was processed on the charges. According to the warrants, Uliasz is accused of committing six confirmed residential nighttime burglaries of occupied homes, one daytime residential burglary and a number of attempted burglaries of single family occupied homes between July 18-19, 2012.
All of the burglaries were within a 500-yard radius of Juniper Road - on Curtiss Street, Muir Terrace, Garden Gate and Little Fawn Road - and what turned out to be Uliasz' home.
Several of the crimes occurred during the early morning hours while these homes were occupied by the residents.
Entry into the houses was committed by cutting screens to windows, removing a window air-conditioner or by forcing windows open.
Uliasz was held on a combined $525,000.
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