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Bryan Box, 23, was arrested on suspicion of residential burglary on Jan. 4 by the San Rafael Police Department. Photo: Courtesy Tiburon Police Department

A Bay Area actor who appeared in episodes of the Netflix series "13 Reasons Why" was arrested on suspicion of stealing from and burglarizing elderly Bay Area residents, according to police.

Bryan Box, 23, of Vallejo was arrested and charged with nine felony counts of burglary, possession of stolen property and theft by a caretaker of an elder.

ALSO: Former HGTV star arrested in Los Gatos

Box was previously a caretaker at various residences in Marin County before he landed a bit part as student Jamie Garrison on the locally-filmed "13 Reasons Why." During the fall, police connected Box to a series of burglaries throughout Greenbrae, Tiburon, Novato and Mill Valley at residences where he formerly worked, police stated.

In some of the burglaries, Box allegedly stopped at the homes of these former clients, visiting with them and talking about his role on the Netflix show, the Marin Independent-Journal reported. Only later would those elderly residents realize items were missing.



Comments:
Well, this is "1 Reason" that he needs to serve a long sentence for abuse of the elderly. What a scumbag. Typical Hollywood type
Posted by Sasquatch at 1/8/2018 9:55:30 AM

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