Prosecutors: Teen took a nap, then items from Wheeling residence above funeral home
Authorities say a Chicago teenager last week entered a Wheeling residence above a funeral home, took a nap, then left with a cello, laptop and other items.
Julian Kadan, 19, was charged with residential burglary.
He was ordered held on a $5,000 I-bond Wednesday during a hearing conducted remotely from Rolling Meadows Third Municipal District Courthouse.
Kadan was in Wheeling on May 6 but missed the bus back to the city, prosecutors said. He entered the back door of a funeral home, napped for about an hour and left with items from the residence, prosecutors said. Items included a laptop, jewelry, a cello and a BB gun, prosecutors said. Police identified Kadan from surveillance video, authorities said.
He next appears in court on June 23.