According to police reports, Fritzjunker told detectives he went to Hometown Cash Advance about
Fritzjunker said when he realized the business was closed, he broke into the building to get money for "more booze," according to documents filed Thursday in
However, Fritzjunker told police he didn't get any money from the business because the audible alarm that sounded when he tried to enter the building frightened him.
A short time later, employees at McDonald's,
Officers responded and took Fritzjunker to the police department for questioning.
"Fritzjunker admitted to officers that he was at Hometown Cash Advance prior to going to McDonald's," court records indicate.
Officers collected samples of blood found at the scene and blood taken from Fritzjunker's clothing for analysis. Detectives also recovered several pieces of broken glass in Fritzjunker's shoes.
"The glass, shoes and glass from the scene were collected for analysis as well," court records indicate.
District Associate Judge
If convicted of the Class D felony, he faces up to five years in prison.
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