Ex-CIA Worker Expected to Plead Guilty to Burglaries

From today's Metro section:

A former CIA employee who was arrested after a string of burglaries in the McLean area -- after which police found piles of stolen women's undergarments in his home -- waived his preliminary hearing in Fairfax County court yesterday as prosecutors said they expected him to plead guilty next month to 10 break-ins.

Police arrested George C. Dalmas III, 45, at his Falls Church home Jan. 31, after a McLean woman found him in her home, chased him out and got his license plate number. When police searched his house, they found cash, stolen jewelry, antiques and bags of women's underwear, according to court records.

Dalmas was charged with 17 burglaries and 16 counts of grand larceny. The CIA said Dalmas was a midlevel administrative employee who was suspended in January and later fired. In court yesterday, Fairfax Assistant Commonwealth Attorney Ian M. Rodway agreed to dismiss seven of the burglary and all of the grand larceny counts. Rodway said Dalmas would plead to the remaining 10 burglary charges Nov. 29.

-- Tom Jackman

By Focus on Fairfax |  October 11, 2006; 10:04 AM ET  | Category:  Crime
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