VILLE PLATTE -- The last time police saw Robert Gallow, 35, he was hanging upside down from the ceiling of a convenience store, unable to free himself before the cops arrived.
He was seen again last week, inside a paint and body shop, examining cars parked there after allegedly breaking glass to enter the building.
An officer forced his way into the building and charged Gallow with simple burglary.
Two years ago, the industrious Gallow removed a vent from the top of a local convenience store and entered the building, where he got stuck.
After several hours of hanging from the ceiling, he was discovered the next morning by workers.
He was trapped in the stove’s vent, and authorities had to dismantle the stove hood to remove him.