For being the alleged sole suspect in a string of burglaries, Aaron Nguyen, 18, appears to have been very prolific.
At the Los Alamos Police Department, the detectives who apprehended him had many of the stolen items he took on display.
The loot consisted of at least four laptops, numerous gun magazines, swords, watches, jewelry, a .38 revolver, a Glock 9 mm, a Glock 40, a Sig Sauer 45, an AR-15 rifle, a .308 rifle, numerous cameras and other items of value.
Police also confiscated several bottles of “Blue Moon” beer from the suspect’s bedroom, where he was hiding the rest of the stolen items as well, according to police.
Nguyen, a student at Los Alamos High School, was booked into the station. Det. Daniel Roberts said Nguyen is probably going to be charged with aggravated burglary and larceny of a firearm. Roberts said Nguyen got aggravated burglary because guns were taken.
Nguyen bonded out of Los Alamos Detention Center on a $69,000 cash surety bond, according to Det. Oliver Morris.
Police are investigating to see if others were involved in the crime spree. But they do know the items they put on display came from at least six houses Nguyen allegedly hit.
“As far as we know, there’s only one suspect at this time,” Det. Paige Early said.