Man gets prison, faces deportation for burglary
BY BILL BIRD firstname.lastname@example.org January 17, 2013 8:04PM
Ignacio J. Constacio, 30, has been sentenced to four years in prison for burglarizing a home last fall in Naperville. He is also being detained by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency. | Courtesy of DuPage County Sheriff's Office
Updated: February 19, 2013 3:18PM
A burglar undone in part by his fondness for imported beer has been sentenced to four years in prison, for breaking into a house last fall on Naperville’s north side.
Ignacio J. Constacio, 30, remained Thursday in DuPage County Jail, with a “no bond” hold placed on him by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents. He faces deportation proceedings.
Constacio was convicted in DuPage County Circuit Court of a felony charge of residential burglary, for the Sept. 27 break-in at a home on the 500 block of North Loomis Street.
Court records indicated Judge Blanche Hill Fawell on Jan. 10 sentenced Constacio to prison, giving him 106 days of credit toward his term for time he spent in jail after being arrested. Constacio must also spend two years on supervised release following his parole, records showed.
Naperville police were called to Loomis Street by a homeowner who was moving. The woman said a computer and other property had been stolen.
Police saw empty cans of Modelo beer had been tossed around the home. The woman said she never drank that kind of beer.
Further investigation led police to Constacio’s apartment. Police noted he had Modelo beer inside his home. Police searched the apartment, and found the computer and other items taken from the woman’s house.
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An examination of court documents showed Constacio had no prior criminal record in DuPage, Kane and Will counties.