Another burglary charge against Chantilly resident Hyeong (a.k.a. Billy) Suh has been certified to the grand jury. He's already been indicted on two counts of breaking and entering, and now has two more pending before the next grand jury, slated to convene next week.
Suh, 19, of 3505 Nodding Pine Court, was one of three people arrested by Fairfax County police as suspects in a string of residential burglaries between March 5 and April 16. Four of the crimes were in his own community of Franklin Glen. The burglars did their deeds while the homeowners were either at work or out of town.
Besides the two charges for which Suh has already been indicted, a third charge of breaking and entering was sent to the grand jury on June 30. Suh then appeared Monday, July 14, in General District Court, to answer to two more charges of breaking and entering, plus one count each of grand larceny and petit larceny.
Judge Richard Horan sent one charge of breaking and entering to the grand jury; the other charges against Suh were dropped. If convicted of all four offenses, he could receive as much as 20 years in prison.
<tgl> — Bonnie Hobbs