Bond for an Elgin man accused of breaking into homes in several northwest suburbs and taking cash, electronics and sporting equipment was set at $750,000 this morning in Cook County Circuit Court.
Ryan P. Marshall, 27, of the 1100 block of Stratford Court, has been charged with 12 counts of residential burglary in connection with break-ins in Schaumburg, Bartlett, Streamwood, and Elgin, prosecutors said.
Marshall was arrested June 5 and charged with two burglaries at that time, but has been linked to 10 others and was returned to Rolling Meadows branch court for a bond hearing on additional charges.
He had been on parole for burglary and escape, said Assistant State’s Attorney Moe Ahmad. He also has prior arrests for unlawful use of a credit card, battery, and retail theft, according to court records.
Ahmad said police saw Marshall breaking into a home in the 1200 block of Summersweet Lane in Bartlett on June 5 and arrested him. Investigators linked Marshall to other burglaries in the area dating back to May 11, Ahmad said.
Eight of the burglaries occurred in Elgin, two in Streamwood and one each in Schaumburg and Bartlett, Ahmad said. Marshall pawned most of the items that were taken, he said.
Marshall’s next court date is July 5 in Rolling Meadows.