The two men, however, told a different story. They said they were cleaning up from the previous burglary incident and talking to their insurance representative when they heard sounds which made them fearful of being in the house with a burglar and went across the street to a neighbor’s porch. They said they saw Moster look out the window at them and go upstairs, coming back down with the mini fridge and mirror.
They said they moved to another position where they were able to watch as he loaded the items into the grocery cart and leave.
Moster was taken to the police department where he was read his rights and ultimately admitted to the theft. He reportedly said he had entered the house and saw the items but knew he could not carry them on his bike and left to get a grocery cart.
He was processed and charged with theft and possession of drug abuse instruments and taken to the Butler County Jail. There, he was also charged with burglary and with receiving stolen property for the Kroger shopping cart.