Two Men Face Charges in $4,500 Push-Up Window Theft Case


Recently, two men found themselves facing charges related to the theft of 11 push-up windows valued at $4,500.

This incident unfolded on the morning of September 9, when an officer on duty received a report from a homeowner in the midst of renovating his property.

Upon inspection, it was discovered that 11 push-up windows had been stolen from the premises.

Acting on this information, an investigator visited the residence of Malique Payne and took him into custody for questioning. During the interview, Payne confessed to receiving all 11 windows at 4:30 am on the day in question from another individual named Brandon Murphy.

Payne explained that Murphy had promised him $700 to temporarily hold the windows, unaware of their stolen status.

Upon realizing the items were stolen, Payne claimed he returned six of them, while Murphy retained five.

In light of Payne’s admission, the police executed a search warrant at Murphy’s residence and subsequently arrested him.

Notably, during their encounter at the police station, Payne encouraged Murphy to tell the truth, setting in motion a series of events that would impact their legal proceedings

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