"Saratoga Sleeper Creeper" Found Guilty

The man dubbed the Saratoga Sleeper Creeper has been found guilty. 

32-year-old Ramiz Hajratalli has been convicted of burglary and criminal mischief charges for breaking into homes over the summer to watch residents sleep.  

The former State Farm supervisor was caught last August after he broke into Paul Kisselbrack's home on Jumel Place. 

Unfortunately for Hajratalli, Kisselbrack is a retired police detective who had a handgun within reach. 

He ran after him and held him at gunpoint until the cops got there.

Hajratalli had turned down a plea deal that would've landed him in prison for seven years. 

Now, Hajratalli faces up to three decades behind bars when he's sentenced in April.

Photo: Mug Shot


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