WILLOUGHBY -- Police say that a Willoughby man was arraigned in Willoughby Municipal Court on several charges for crimes that occured over four days in early December.
Police say that Ashondre L. Speidel, 18, of Willoughby, is suspected of committing these crimes that began Dec. 10 in Willowick.
Judge Harry Field set a $5,000 bond for the Willoughby charges and a $5,000 bond for the Willowick charges.
Speidel is scheduled to appear in court for the Willoughby charges Thursday and for the Willowick charges Jan. 9.
Court records reflect the charges. In all charges, Speidel is considered the suspect.
It is alleged he broke into a Chrysler Sebring parked in a driveway on Forest Road and stole a black wallet that contained four credit cards. Each stolen card resulted in a fifth-degree felony charge. He is also charged with breaking and entering.
Speidel allegedly broke into a garage and stole a stroller and a case of beer. For this he was charged with theft and breaking and entering, both felonies. In that garage he broke into a Mercury Mariner and stole a GPS.
He also stole a GPS from a Ford 500 during another incident.
On Dec. 12 and 13, Speidel allegedly committed additional crimes in Willoughby.
He was charged with four counts of receiving stolen property, along with the theft of one buffet meal at Panda Buffet on Euclid Avenue.