Whitefish Bay home burglarized while owners were at funeral
Posted: Jun 26, 2015 6:43 PM CDT | Updated: Jun 26, 2015 7:05 PM CDT
Muskego police recovered jewelry, electronics, and a handwritten \"funeral log.\" The log had names and addresses and times of various funerals in Milwaukee County.
Emily Gabel told police she and Bullis didn't commit the burglaries, but Jeremy Pinter and Kraig Hardt and their spouses committed the burglaries. Gabel said she allowed them to use their car and gave them material support.
Bullis, according to Gabel, sold the stolen items for Hardt and Pinter.
Gabel told police she had lost their child while she was pregnant, and Bullis had fallen back into a cocaine habit.
Hardt came up with the idea after his wife's uncle's funeral, according to the criminal complaint.