Brothers, parents admitted to charges in series of home break-ins

Aaron Tarjick and James Tarkick, Jr. committed robberies together, parents stored items at their home

PITTSFIELD, Mass. (AP) — A western Massachusetts man authorities say was a member of a family burglary ring that included his brother and parents has pleaded guilty to dozens of charges.

Aaron Tarjick, of Windsor, pleaded guilty on Tuesday and faces up to 17 years in prison when he is sentenced Sept. 22.

The charges came from a series of housebreaks in Berkshire Country from 2010 until 2012.

Authorities say the 40-year-old Tarjick committed many of the crimes with his brother, 44-year-old James Tarjick Jr., who pleaded guilty last week to similar charges.

Authorities say their parents, James and Nancy Tarjick, both in their 60s, stored some stolen items at their Windsor home. Both pleaded guilty to multiple counts of receiving stolen property and their cases were continued without a finding for two years.

 

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