MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) — The Mobile Police Department said they arrested a man Thursday, who had several felony warrants in connection to multiple vehicle break-ins and burglaries on January 30, according to the release.

Princeton Ealey, 29, was charged with “numerous outstanding warrants.” Police identified Ealey on Stephens Road at around 9:30 p.m. Ealey was designated as a “be on the lookout” suspect.

The charges are:

  • seven counts of third-degree burglary into an unoccupied building
  • two counts of no insurance
  • speeding
  • two counts of driving with learners permit only
  • two counts of first degree theft of property
  • first degree receiving stolen property
  • failure to show vehicle registration

Police said the multiple break-ins and burglaries happened at Sunbelt Crushing on Wolf Ridge Road.