With the credit card in hand, Reeves' next stop was the Macy’s store at Westfield Wheaton Mall in Wheaton and the Lord and Taylor store in Lake Forest Mall in Gaithersburg. Police say he used the victim’s credit card to buy apparel and other items totaling more than $1,000.
Detectives believe Reeves may be responsible for committing additional burglaries throughout Montgomery County at homes where he delivered flowers.
Surveillance video from a camera near the victim’s home and store cameras where the victim’s credit card was used showed Reeves entering the house and then going shopping, police said.More from Across Patch
Reeves is charged with first-degree burglary, theft less than $1,000, and multiple credit card offenses.
Authorities arrested Reeves Monday at an address on Talbot Avenue in Silver Spring.
That same day, detectives executed a search warrant at Reeves’ Gaithersburg residence and recovered property believed to be stolen from additional residential burglaries.
Reeves was released after posting a $5,000 bond.
»Photo of burglary suspect Anthony Reeves, courtesy of Montgomery County Police
Neuqua Valley girls basketball team.
After her 3-pointer in the first quarter gave the Wildcats the lead for good Tuesday at Wheaton North, Callahan hustled to the baseline, stole the ball and scored again.
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"My (defensive) position is up there so I was trying to be really aggressive because I don't want to make a mistake from something I just did really well," Callahan said. "I just went in really aggressive, got the ball, and went in and bam, the whole team started crazy."
The Wildcats used several players to build a double-digit advantage and then held off several surges by the Falcons to earn a 66-57 DuPage Valley Conference victory.
Standout senior guards Kai Moon and Myia Starks led the Wildcats (10-4, 4-1). Moon had 22 points, 9 steals and 6 rebounds, and Starks had 20 points and 5 rebounds.
Moon, who also made 9 of 10 free throws, believed she had a single-game personal best for steals.
"Actually, that's what my dad has really been on me about, making a bigger impact defensively," Moon said. "A new year, a new me, I guess. I wasn't happy with the way I played towards the end of the year in 2015. This is my last year so I want to help out my team as mu... http://basketball.dailyherald.com/article/20160105/sports/160109495/
Barry was. He was always able to take off that newsman hat and play along with our goofiness whenever needed."
Keefe died Sunday in his Wheaton home after a yearlong battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 62.
Those closest to him remember Keefe as an incredibly curious and restless person who enjoyed history, cycling, golf, reading, puns, museums and talking to interesting people on the street. He loved the pace of big city news and had a mind that "was always working," Alex said.
Keefe had a passion for helping his community, too. He spearheaded the WTMX volunteer fair, served on the DuPage executive board for Teen Parent Connection, helped with efforts to restore the Wheaton Grand Theater, led public relations efforts for Multiple Sclerosis Society walks and volunteered as an aide at Lincoln Elementary School in Wheaton.
Keefe's job evolved greatly over the years. At one point, he was a news director for the station, overseeing a staff of several people -- a practice that is mostly "unheard of now" in FM radio, said Alex, who followed in his father's footsteps by working for Chicago Public Radio and, currently, Vermont Public Radio.
"The one thing that was always super important to my dad was keeping in mind who his audience was," Alex said, which meant finding news that was relevant to Eric & Kathy listeners, particularly women ages 25 to 54. "A lot of times everybody goes in the same direction and my dad was not one of those people."
Over the course of his career, Keefe won or shared more than 75 awards. In recent years, he also worked as an adjunct instructor at Columbia College and as assistant director of admissions at the Illinois Institute of Art.
Keefe's love for radio influenced his other son, Aidan, to pursue a career in music. In lieu of flowers, Keefe's family is asking for donations via ugift529.com with the code V04C3Z, to support Aidan's education at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, where he is a freshman. Keefe is also survived by his wife, Kathy.
A visitation is scheduled for 1 p.m. Saturday at the Williams-Kampp Funeral Home, 430 E. Roosevelt Road in Wheaton. A short service will begin at 3 p.m.