A Morris man in custody has been charged with seven more felonies in Grundy County.
A Grundy County grand jury last week indicted Jeremy Goldsberry on seven more counts of Residential Burglary, all class one felonies.
The 27-year-old Goldsberry was arrested by the Morris Police Department on November 11th and originally charged with two counts of Residential Burglary.
The Morris Police Department said throughout their investigation, Goldsberry sold several items through Facebook Marketplace and Facebook area garage sale sites.
These items included DeWalt Power tools, Stihl Leaf Blowers and Apple Air Pods. The first two charges against Goldsberry accused of him of burglarizing a house on Pebble Creek Drive and a garage on Jamey Court on November 10th.
He also burglarized houses on Mollie Drive, Chestnut Lane, Burla Drive, Lakeshore Court, Jamey Court, Pebble Creek Drive and Michael Drive sometime between October 22nd and November 11th.
Goldsberry remains in the Grundy County Jail on a $50,000 bond.