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The man accused of stealing locks at a Texas AT&G store is now facing federal charges, and he’s been arrested on multiple theft-related charges, according to a U.S. attorney’s office statement.
Kevin C. DeAngelis, 52, of Houston was arrested Wednesday on one count of theft by deception, a felony, according the statement.
Deangelis is charged with two counts of theft under $500,000, a misdemeanor, according officials.
DeAngelis was charged with the theft of a locksmith’s tool kit, a service tool, a manual, a lock tool and a tool, the statement said.
Deangelis was also charged with theft by receiving, receiving property and theft by fraudulent pretense, the office said.
He was arrested after a two-day manhunt, according police.
DeAngelo is due in court April 14.