A man caught on doorbell video stealing a car in DuPage County has done much worse, his ex-girlfriend tells CBS 2 Chicago’s Tara Molina
A car thief was caught on camera in unincorporated Wheaton in DuPage County last week. The car thief was identified, but remains at large despite encountering his ex-girlfriend on numerous occasions while he is restricted from contacting her by the emergency order of protection.
An ex-girlfriend of James Holmes has accused him of being involved in an auto theft, other theft, destroyed property, and battery.
His ex-girlfriend has a 21-day emergency order of protection, but she says she hasn’t been helped by police. The suspect is apparently very elusive because he shows up in multiple locations where he aware his ex-girlfriend is known to travel. He has grabbed her by the neck and threatened to kill her, according to the ex-girlfriend, who appeared on CBS Chicago for an interview while her identity was hidden.
Mostly recently, Holmes is accused of stealing a Nissan Armada at the location in unincorporated Wheaton. There is a $150,000 arrest warrant out for Holmes in DuPage County for the theft of the Nissan Armada. The auto theft was caught on a doorbell video. The Nissan Armada was later found abandoned, and returned to the owners.
After the auto theft, Holmes is accused of vandalizing his ex-girlfriend’s vehicle, breaking the windshield and rear window.
CBS Chicago’s Tara Molina reported that Holmes is wanted by a police department and an additional sheriff’s department, in addition to the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office for crimes related to drugs, domestic battery, and aggravated assault. He has criminal records with multiple law enforcement agencies.
As of Friday, February 21, 2020, James Holmes is not listed on the DuPage County Sheriff’s ‘Most Wanted’ Page — dupagesheriff.org/mostwanted
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