Chesterfield Man Left Blood on Broken Window in Burglary, Police Say

The man also is charged with receiving stolen property in a Town and Country theft.

A Chesterfield man faces criminal charges after police said he cut himself on a broken window during a burglary in Frontenac. The man also faces charges related to selling property stolen from a Town and Country home.

Jeffrey Schwartz, of the 1200 block of Still House Creek Road in Chesterfield, was charged Friday with second-degree burglary and receiving stolen property.

Frontenac Police said Schwartz broke a window in a home in the first block of Portland Avenue and climbed in the house. He fled before stealing anything, but cut himself on the broken window, leaving blood behind, according to a Frontenac Police report.

Police said he was identified by a DNA match.

Police said Schwartz sold an Apple laptop computer and iPad reported stolen from a home in the 100 block of Bon Chateau in Town and Country to a St. Louis area pawnshop. Town and Country Police said the items were sold between 11:15 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. June 27. The items were valued at about $1,100.

Bond was set at $30,000 in each case.

For more crime information on Chesterfield Patch, see the following articles:

  • Chesterfield Man Embezzled $1.5M from Retirees


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