ALBANY — A man’s tattoos attracted attention and landed him in jail, states an Albany Police Department report update.
Jeffrey Reeves, 28, might regret the tattoos on his neck, according to a report. The skeleton holding a handgun in each hand on Reeves’ neck attracted the attention of a police captain at a cell phone store on Westover Boulevard, the report added.
Reeves had outstanding December warrants out for his arrest, the report stated. After Reeves’ arrest on those burglary and entering auto warrants on Jan. 3, he was linked to four additional burglaries, the report continued.
The additional burglaries noted include break-ins at the Hasan Temple, radio station WJYZ, two at the Englewood Health Care Center and the Albany Pulmonary and Critical Care Associates.
Additional burglary charges are pending, Banks said. Reeves’ girlfriend, Elizabeth Wragge, 27, was charged with felony theft by taking and felony hindering apprehension, she added.
In another burglary case, police made two arrests stemming from break-ins at Mann’s Storage on 21st Street.
A 16-year-old boy and a 38-year-old man, Randy Price, were arrested in connection with the burglaries, a police report stated. The juvenile was charged with one count of burglary.
According to police reports, Price was charged with 13 burglary counts, two counts of criminal trespass. Price was in jail on unrelated charges when he was arrested Wednesday. The juvenile was also taken into custody Wednesday.