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9.7.23 – News Enterprise

A Radcliff man accused of burglarizing multiple local businesses has been indicted. Anthony Catapang Camaddu, 32, was indicted on two counts of each first-degree burglary and third-degree burglary stemming from four incidents over the course of two months that were burglarized, according to his indictment.

Camaddu is accused of forcing entry at 5:48 a.m. May 11 into B&B Lanes on N. Dixie Ave. in Elizabethtown and stealing a safe containing cash. The estimated loss was $5,800, according to his arrest citation.

Camaddu is accused of returning to the bowling alley at 1:38 a.m. June 10 and stealing about $100 in quarters from the business office and a snub nose .38 caliber revolver, according to the citation. He was identified on closed-circuit television, and is seen with a black eye, the citation said.

On June 22, he is accused of entering Subway at 4000 S. Dixie Blvd. in Radcliff by breaking glass in the side door, according to an arrest warrant. Camaddu can be seen on surveillance footage entering the restaurant carrying a large black knife in his left hand.

He is accused of taking $472 cash from a black box in the top drawer of a file cabinet in the manager’s office.

Another arrest warrant was issued for Camaddu for a June 29 burglary at Smoke Buddy, 156 Rogersville Road in Radcliff. He is accused of stealing cigarettes and $3,200 cash from the business with the incident being recorded on video, the warrant said.

Camaddu was arrested at 10:35 p.m. July 1 after a search on the room he was renting from Fort Knox Inn in Radcliff was executed. Radcliff police had obtained a search warrant for the location.

During the search, Camaddu was found to be in possession of methamphetamine, an olive green and tan 9 mm Palmer 80, a Hatfield 12-guage shotgun, five Glock 31-round magazines and a pistol silencer, and drug paraphernalia.

He was arrested on multiple drug charges and for the Radcliff burglaries.

While in Hardin County Detention Center, Camaddu was served for the two bowling alley burglaries.

In addition to the burglary charges, the search resulted in Carnaddu being indicted on one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, one count first-degree possession of a controlled substance — methamphetamine, one count illegal possession of drug paraphernalia, one count first offense trafficking synthetic drugs, one count possession of burglary tools, and one count second-degree persistent felony offender.

First-degree burglary is a Class B felony, carrying a sentence of 10 to 20 years in prison on each count, while third-degree burglary, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, first-degree possession of a controlled substance — methamphetamine, and first offense trafficking synthetic drugs are all Class D felonies with a sentence of one to five years in prison for each count, if convicted.

Illegal possession of paraphernalia and possession of burglary tools are both Class A misdemeanors, punishable by up to 12 months in jail per count.

Camaddu is being held in lieu of a $50,000 cash bond in the Hardin County Detention Center.