A second man has been charged in a home burglary case that was cracked after police found a McDonald's receipt at the scene of the crime, officials said.
Greg W. Vosper was arraigned Sunday morning on charges of burglary, criminal trespass, loitering and prowling, and criminal mischief for helping Eric Danbar break into a home in the 2400 block of Mountain Road, Moore Twp., Northampton Co., just before midnight on Dec. 8, 2012, officials said
Vosper was picked up on an outstanding warrant in Pen Argyl, Northampton Co., about a week after the burglary and he told police that he and Danbar broke into an enclosed porch of the home, but left with nothing after they set off an alarm, officials said.
Danbar, 42, was arraigned on March 1 on charges of burglary, conspiracy, criminal trespass and loitering in connection with the case.
Police found Vosper on Dec. 14 at Danbar's home at 265 Monocacy Drive, Moore Twp., removing items from Danbar's white Dodge Ram pickup, which was traced to the scene of the crime by a dropped receipt dated 11:04 a.m. Dec. 8 from a McDonald's in Wind Gap, Northampton Co., officials said.
On Dec. 13, police identified Danbar's pickup after viewing McDonald's drive-thru surveillance video for Dec. 8, officials added.
The owner of the home reported in January that it cost her $726.89 to replace a window and frame damaged in the break-in, officials said.
Vosper, 24, of 267 Monocacy Dr., Moore Twp., was committed to the Northampton County Prison on $40,000 bail, according to court documents.
A preliminary hearing is set for 11 a.m. May 15.