Crime Pays: Serial Burglar In New York Praises States Bail Reform Laws, Says They’re ‘Great’ For Business

Liberal Democrats have allowed criminals to run amok thanks to ‘no cash’ bail laws

Surveillance footage reportedly shows suspect Charles Wold smashing into the Hipster Deli Grocery in Park Slope, Brooklyn in a heist on Nov 28, 2021.


A career criminal eyed in a slew of burglaries in Brooklyn and Manhattan has been free to maraud city businesses at will thanks to what he called the state’s “great” bail reform laws, The Post has learned.

“I’m grateful for [bail reform] because I’m too old to go to jail, I’m way too old, I can’t do it,” Charles Wold, 58, said in a phone interview Friday.

Wold, a longtime drug addict, is accused of burglarizing seven different businesses in Brooklyn alone, plus another three in Manhattan, in the course of just three months. But each time cops hauled him in, he was released because of the state’s controversial reform laws, court records show.

He told The Post from his mom’s house that freedom “feels good.”

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