Doorman denies jewelry theft until he sees LeadsOnline evidence against him

“The Chicago Police were notified of a $130,000 loss of jewelry from the apartment of local resident. The responding Detective served a grand jury subpoena upon the management company of the building, and within six hours at most, items were recovered across town that were sold by the Midnight Doorman. He was using his own name and presenting his Illinois Driver License. The Doorman was located at his home the same evening, and he attempted to deny his involvement, until LeadsOnline records were presented. This made for a full confession, and he was subsequently charged with two counts of Burglary.”

Det. Sgt. Philip Cappitelli
Chicago Police Department