A man has been charged with burglarizing the home of Kansas City Chiefs running back Dexter McCluster in November. According to a report in the Kansas City Star, police found the front door of McCluster’s home kicked open and the interior ransacked on the day of the burglary. Stolen items included a diamond Chiefs helmet pendant, eight sets of lava beads containing diamonds, black and red Prada shoes, a diamond watch, a Macbook, a laptop computer and a 19-inch flat-screen television. Daniel E. LaBlance was arrested and held on $50,000 bond. DNA found at the scene matched LaBlance, who was already on parole for burglary. Some of McCluster’s items were found at LaBlance’s residence.
Source: Sporting News