A Kodiak man is facing charges after allegedly entering a store from which he had been banned, according to court documents.
Victoriano Sorio, 36, is charged with felony burglary in the second degree, as well as a series of misdemeanors including theft in the fourth degree, criminal trespass in the second degree, four counts of violation of conditions of release and concealment of merchandise.
On April 19, an employee of the downtown Safeway liquor store called the Kodiak Police Department to report that Sorio had entered the store after having been dealt a trespass notice on Jan. 16.
On April 22, the police reviewed camera footage and allegedly saw Sorio enter the store and walk down the aisles, where he took a bottle of tequila, placing it into his jacket pocket before exiting the store.
According to the documents, Sorio did not pay for the bottle, which was valued at $41.99.
Sorio is on conditions of release for violating a protective order.
Sorio has a list of convictions in Alaska dating back to 2010, including theft and criminal trespass, assault, theft, causing fear of imminent injury, harassment, reckless endangerment and violations of conditions of release and a protective order.