A Miami man was arrested for taking a date to a Coral Springs Applebee's while his accomplice robbed her home.
Using the alias Florenciano Valentino, Anthony Maldonado, 18, met Kelley Galbraith through social networking site Badoo before talking on the phone and eventually meeting in person, according to the arrest report.
They hung out once at her home, where police believe he spotted the items that would later be stolen.
On February 25, a friend in a black car dropped Maldonado off at Galbraith's home and the pair left for Applebee's. On the way, Maldonado stopped at a gas station to use her iPhone 4S and also borrowed it twice at the restaurant.
Finally, he stepped outside with the phone for a third time and never came back, reportedly leaving Galbraith to cover the bill.
While the two were at dinner, the driver of the black car broke into Galbraith's house, possibly through a window left open by Maldonado when using the bathroom before leaving for the restaurant. The intruder stole $5,000 worth of high-end items from the unsuspecting woman, including an iPad, Apple laptop, and big-screen TV.
However, the duo wasn’t as slick as they thought they were: Maldonado was caught on the woman’s home security camera checking out the house while Galbraith wasn't home, and the driver of the black car was also caught on camera entering and leaving the house while the two were at dinner.
Galbraith was able to track down Maldonado’s Facebook page with his real name; he was shortly charged with residential burglary and grand theft.
Police say he posted a $4,500 bond after being transported to the Miami-Dade County Jail. His accomplice is still at large, though police were able to trace the phone number to a prepaid cell phone registered to a "Thomas L.", ABC 7 reports.
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