|(L, R): Fowler and Sessum (Chicago Police Dept)|
Luther Fowler, 44, and Nicholas Sessum, 26, are both charged with two counts of residential burglary, according to court records.
Their alleged break-in of a residence in the 2800 block of N. Rockwell is outside of our normal coverage area, but we found their story noteworthy for a couple of reasons.
First, Sessum's arrest came on the day after his parole for a theft conviction ended, according to state records.
And, then, there's volume of property that officers say they found in a pillowcase that Fowler was carrying: 6 wallets; 7 rosaries; 5 boxes of miscellaneous jewelry; 6 pieces of loose jewelry or gems; 19 watches; and a Galaxy Note II.
Curiously, while police say Fowler had 6 wallets in his possession, he did not have his own wallet. Police found that on the roof of a home near the scene of his arrest.
A police report says Fowler is a member of the Latin King street gang. State records show that Sessum has multiple Latin King-affiliated tattoos.
Bond for Fowler is set at $150,000. Sessum's bond information was not immediately available.