A 20-year-old man remains behind bars after he allegedly broke into the wrong car Friday night in Oak Ridge. Late Friday night, Oak Ridge Police Chief James Akagi was at home when he heard his dog barking and went to investigate. He found several items from his wife’s unlocked car in his driveway and spotted an unfamiliar vehicle parked nearby. The chief called for back-up and he and responding officers searched the area but did not find anyone. They set up surveillance on the mystery car and Akagi saw a man later identified as Justin Wagner get in to the car and try to speed away. In an unmarked cruiser, Akagi pursued Wagner and pulled him over a short distance away, where other officers took him into custody. Investigators say they are looking into whether or not Wagner may be involved in other vehicle break-ins around the city. He was charged with burglary from a vehicle and at last check remained in custody at the Anderson County Jail on a $10,000 bond.
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