With Hollywood scandals seeming to pop up like rabbits (or, you know, Tigers) these days, it's easy for some other alleged trangressors to get lost in the shuffle.
But four of the sticky-fingered band affectionately known as the Burglar Bunch made their way to Los Angeles Criminal Court this morning to enter not-guilty pleas for suspected raids on the likes of Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, Orlando Bloom, Rachel Bilson and Megan Fox.
Reputed ringleader Nicholas Prugo, along with Diana Tamayo, Roy Lopez Jr. and Courtney Ames, were accounted for. The former two had bail set at $20,000, while the latter will have to shell out $50,000 for their temporary freedom. Their arraignment came on the heels of another suspect, Alexis Neiers, filing a motion to dismiss the case against her yesterday. It was denied.
Also in court today was Jonathan Ajar, who was named as a suspect but who has yet to be formally charged in connection to the burglaries. He is, however, facing charges of felony possession of weapons and illegal substances stemming from another incident. He pleaded not guilty and is being held on $400,000 bail. He's seeking a reduction to the amount and is due back Dec. 21.
Meanwhile, the burglary quartet was ordered to reappear in court on Jan. 21, when their preliminary hearing is set to begin.
—Additional reporting by Lindsay Miller
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