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Chicago man accused of actually stealing the sink

  • Casonova Harris, CPD handout.
Casonova Harris, CPD handout.
January 09, 2014|By Rachel Cromidas, @rachelcromidas | RedEye

Everything-but-the-kitchen-sink was not ambitious enough for one residential burglar, county prosecutors said, who was accused of stealing sinks, cabinets, and other structural items from a Roseland home.

Casonova Harris, 32, of the 8200 block of South Ellis Avenue, was charged with residential burglary Tuesday evening, after he was arrested at home and charged with a burglary that allegedly took place on May 15 at a home in the 200 block of West 109th Place.

Harris, who was the subject of an investigative alert, was accused of removing copper pipes, a lawn mower, cabinets, and sinks from a home last May, according to court records.

Harris was brought to the Cook County Criminal Courthouse on Thursday afternoon and released on a $75,000 I-bond.

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