An investigation of a string of residential burglaries in Cedar Rapids has resulted in two arrests.
Police say Anfernee Penny Frazier, 22, of Hiawatha, was arrested for 2nd Degree Burglary for entering an occupied home in the 7300 block of Prairie Heights Drive SW on August 2nd. Frazier allegedly stole property while people were in the home.
Investigators also determined that Alissa Jade Bearkiller, 22, of Hiawatha, allegedly used stolen credit cards from the residential burglary in the 7300 block of Prairie Heights Drive SW at several businesses throughout the Cedar Rapids area. Bear Killer was charged with three counts of Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card.
Frazier was also charged with another count of 2nd Degree Burglary for allegedly entering an occupied home in the 700 block of Prairie Heights SW on July 31. Frazier is accused of using a credit card stolen from the burglary and was arrested for Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card in addition to the burglary charge.
Police say another burglary occurred in the 3400 block of F Avenue NE between August 5th and August 6th. Multiple game systems and electronics were stolen. Frazier was arrested for 2nd Degree Theft for having possession of stolen property to this burglary.
Frazier was also charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance-Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia when he was found in possession of marijuana while officers were conducting a search warrant of the suspect’s Hiawatha residence on August 7 at 10:45 a.m. Officers located a digital scale with marijuana residue in Frazier’s home.
Officers were able to recover most of the stolen items during the three burglaries, including cellular phones, an iPad, and other electronic devices.