|Published:||Sep 27, 2010 4:57 PM EDT|
|Updated:||Sep 27, 2010 1:57 PM EDT|
LEBANON, Pa. (AP) - After nearly two decades as a judge, a former central Pennsylvania police officer hasn't lost his instincts.
Lebanon District Judge Tom Capello and a constable chased down a juvenile burglary suspect last week after the judge spotted something suspicious at a home across the street from his office.
Capello says he saw the 17-year-old suspect looking into windows then climbing inside.
Capello and constable Jack Shirk knocked on the door, then heard what Capello called a "phony excuse" for the teen being in the house. They staked out the home and began an eight-block chase after the juvenile emerged carrying two laptops.
Police did not identify the suspect because of his age.
Capello was a Lebanon police officer for 15 years before taking a seat on the bench in 1991.
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