Prosecutors called a 32-year-old man charged with multiple burglaries a "danger to the community" Thursday and requested he be held on a higher bond.
Cook County Judge Jill Cerone Marisie obliged, setting bond at $300,000 for Robin Wolves, charged with burglarizing businesses and residences in Rosemont and Schiller Park.
Cook County Assistant State's Attorney Maureen McGee said Wolves, who gave his address as a Schiller Park motel, stole a camera, camera lens and iPad valued at $3,800 from a River Road residence in Rosemont on June 13. He's also charged with burglarizing a home, an automobile and several businesses -- including a restaurant and rental car agency -- in Schiller Park between June 14 and 17, McGee said.
"The defendant is a danger to the community and he does not have a good track record of appearing in court," said McGee, who referenced Wolves' criminal background which includes several bond forfeiture warrants.
In 2007, Wolves received three years probation for unlawful use of a weapon and burglary in Arizona, authorities said. The next year he was convicted of residential burglary in Washington and of criminal trespass in Florida, and judges issued bond forfeiture warrants against him in both cases, McGee said.
In 2011, Wolves was sentenced to two years in prison for violating an order of protection in Idaho, McGee said. The next year he was convicted of burglary, aggravated battery and unlawful corporal punishment in California. He's currently wanted on a New York bench warrant for a 2013 theft, McGee said.
Wolves next appears in court on July 10.