Sunday, February 04, 2001

Burglars targeted bowlers

Couple charged in league night break-ins

The Associated Press

        LOUISVILLE — A Jefferson County bowler and his wife are accused of robbing the homes of fellow bowlers during league nights, police said.

        James Bruce Gilhaus, 45, faces 31 counts of burglary, many of which involve league bowlers at Dixie Bowl, in southwest Jefferson County. An arraignment is expected Monday.

        His wife, Belinda, was indicted on one count of complicity to commit burglary.

        The burglars apparently were getting names from the league-standing sheets.


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