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Second accused Brookside burglar arrested in 2 days

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Zebadiah C. Wilson, 28, is facing charges related to the burglarizing of Brookside homes. (Jackson County Prosecutor's Office) Zebadiah C. Wilson, 28, is facing charges related to the burglarizing of Brookside homes. (Jackson County Prosecutor's Office)
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -

The second person accused of burglarizing Brookside homes has been arrested today. The first was arrested yesterday. 

Zebadiah C. Wilson, 28, is facing charges of burglary in the first degree, attempted burglary in the first degree, and trespassing in the second degree. 

Prosecutors have requested a $75,000 bond and the case remains under investigation. 

According to court records, a homeowner in the 200 block of W. 62nd Street came home to Wilson running from his kitchen pointing a gun at him.

Wilson threatened to kill the homeowner and a struggle ensued. The homeowner wrestled the gun away from Wilson and slammed him against a wall. Wilson then ran out the front door. 

Officers then responded to two other reported burglaries in the area.

At one of them, they found a 9mm in the basement where things were missing or misplaced. 

At another nearby house, a resident said they tried to open the door to an attached shed, but that someone was holding it shut. Officers responded and the suspect was arrested. 

Victims identified that suspect, who had been at their homes, as Wilson. 

On Thursday, it was announced that 34-year-old Raymond C. Hoblia will be facing charges of attempted burglary in the first degree, burglary in the second degree, and unlawful possession of a firearm. In that case, a resident watched a man try to open the sliding door on the western side of his home. Officers responded, tracked Hoblia to a nearby house, and took him into custody.

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