The son of Syracuse Police Chief Frank Fowler was arraigned on charges related to a burglary investigation Wednesday, syracuse.com reports.
Frank Fowler, Jr. and a second suspect, Kasheim Jones, are facing a felony burglary charge, along with criminal mischief, possession of burglar??s tools and petit larceny.
They charges stem from a plot to steal copper piping from a home on Daphne Drive, according to syracuse.com.
This is not the first time Frank Fowler Jr. has been in the news.
In 2010, Fowler Jr. was slashed by a razor blade while trying to break up a fight in front of the Seals Community Center.
Fowler Jr. was involved in a spat between DA Fitzpatrick and the Syracuse Police over a fender bender in January of 2012. Fowler Jr. allegedly left the scene of the incident.
In January 2013 he was stabbed during an assault at the South Side Market.