A man who is being held at the Washington County Detention Center on charges he burglarized nine county homes around Christmas was charged Thursday with intimidating a witness in his cases.
Bradley Allen Wilt, 23, whose last known address was 807-201 Edward Ferry Road in Leesburg, Va., was charged with intimidating/influencing a juror Wednesday. Washington County Sheriff's Department Investigator Greg Alton listened to a recorded April 13 phone conversation Wilt made from the jail in which he allegedly threatened the life of his girlfriend, who is a witness in his burglary cases, according to charging documents.
Wilt has been charged in connection with nine separate burglaries in western and southwestern Washington County, including the burglary of a police officer's home, Alton said.
On April 15, Wilt's girlfriend, Joanie Sullivan, called Alton, who investigated the burglaries, to tell him that Wilt found out she planned to testify against him and threatened to "kill her" and "blow her head off" when he gets out of jail, documents state.