A convicted criminal has been arrested again after he allegedly stole church donations from the Church of St. Joseph in Bronxville.
Frederick Nelson, 63, took a bank deposit bag containing approximately $2,000 in holiday church collections on New Year’s Eve, CBS reported. Nelson had just been paroled the previous day after serving five years for theft.
Detective Sgt. Richard Anderson arrested Nelson for the West Chester church burglary; he was the same officer who arrested Nelson in 2011 for allegedly burglarizing Concordia College, NBC stated in a related article.
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Prior to his most recent arrest, Nelson had been arrested 35 times and convicted 27 of those times, according to Bronxville police, CBS added.
At his arraignment on Friday, Nelson was ordered held without bail, according to NBC.