Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Kansas City Chief Dexter McCluster's home robbed by convicted killer of $25,000 of property

Posted By on Wed, Dec 21, 2011 at 9:31 AM

Daniel LaBlance is accused of robbing Dexter McClusters home.
  • Daniel LaBlance is accused of helping himself to Dexter McCluster's possessions.
While Dexter McCluster and the Kansas City Chiefs were playing the Denver Broncos at Arrowhead Stadium November 13, a convicted murderer was allegedly robbing McCluster's home of more than $25,000 in property.

Daniel LaBlance, 31, is charged with first-degree burglary.

McCluster's girlfriend locked his home, located between Westport and the Plaza, around 11 a.m. When the running back and his girlfriend returned home around 4:30 p.m., they found the front door kicked open and the home ransacked. What a kick in the teeth after losing to the Broncos.

Police found a big-screen TV that had been mounted to the wall in a bedroom lying on the floor. The suspect had apparently cut himself on the TV, which had blood on it.

Here's what was stolen:

A MacBook computer ($1,000)
A Dell laptop ($1,000)
A Nintendo Wii ($250)
Call of Duty 3 for PlayStation 3 ($65)
A diamond Kansas City Chiefs helmet pendant ($15,000)
Eight sets of java beads containing diamonds ($1,000)
Four sports-team hats ($120)
White-gold diamond earring/bracelet set ($400)
Black and red Prada shoes ($300)
Six pairs of Jordan shorts ($300)
Brighton white-gold and diamond watch ($1,300)
A silver charm bracelet with a graduation cap ($350)
True Religion jeans ($300)
Two Michael Kors watches ($500)
Beats by Dr. Dre headphones ($350)
12 G-Shock watches ($1,200)
Gucci bag ($400)
Two pairs of Rayban sunglasses ($800)
A pair of Versace sunglasses ($260)
A 19-inch flat-screen TV ($250)

And finally, Dexter McCluster's checkbook.

Police matched the blood found at the scene to LaBlance. A search of LaBlance's home turned up a red beaded necklace, Rayban sunglasses, a Jojino watch, G-Shock watch and Techno watch.

LaBlance, who was on parole for first-degree burglary, was arrested but denied stealing from McCluster.

KCTV5 reported that LaBlance was convicted in connection with a 1996 murder when he was a juvenile.

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