Back on Nov. 13th, Kansas City Chiefs RB Dexter McCluster’s house was broken into.
Now it looks as though the cops have their man.
Daniel E. LaBlance of Kansas City has been charged with second-degree burglary in connection with the incident.
Stolen from McCluster’s pad, according to court documents were a Chiefs helmet pendant, eight sets of lava beads containing diamonds, black and red Prada shoes, a diamond watch, a Macbook, a laptop computer, a video game, a 19-inch flat-screen television and a pair of True Religion jeans.
The scary thing here isn’t just that McCluster got ripped off, but that LaBlance has been convicted of second-degree murder in the past.
Sheesh! Glad Dex wasn’t home.