A Pulaski man was arrested Monday, less than a week after he is alleged to have burglarized three restaurants in Pulaski Plaza.
According to Pulaski Police Officer Megan Jennings, Detective Wes Ratcliff arrested 23-year-old Jose Guadalupa Almenta Monday after receiving tips, reviewing surveillance videos from the businesses and conducting interviews.
Almenta is being held without bond at New River Valley Regional Jail on charges of breaking and entering, property damage and petit larceny. He is identified in jail files as Jose Almenta-Guadalupa.
Pulaski Police Department responded to the East Main Street shopping center just before 9 a.m. Friday after receiving a report of a possible break-in at Little Caesars, where the door had been broken. Responding officers discovered China Wall and Compadres also had been burglarized.
Jennings said the investigation is continuing. Additional charges are pending.