A 51-year-old man accused of breaking into White Sox general manager Kenny Williams’ Chicago home was arrested after police found him wearing Williams’ clothes and his 2005 World series ring, authorities said.
Williams told NBC5 that the burglar drank his beer, ate frozen pizza, surfed the internet and kicked his shoes off on the bed. He even defrosted a lobster. Wayne L. Field III, of the 900 block of West Lawrence Ave. is charged with residential burglary after allegedly entering the home and taking several articles of clothing, a set of keys and jewelry, police said.
NBC5 reported the victim was Kenny Williams and that Field was found by police wearing Williams’ clothes and his World Series ring.