Once Nathaniel Wayne Sangster got going, he didn't want to stop.
Sangster, a 22-year-old resident of Wiggins, turned himself in to the Wiggins Police Department recently and admitted to burglarizing a local business.
"He decided he needed to be in possession of an outboard motor, a Warn winch, a Husqvarna backpack blower, several cutting torches and several safety harnesses with a total value of approximately $4,800," said WPD investigator Richard Breece. "Then, he pawned the items at Gulfport pawn shops."
His mother apparently suspected he was involved in some bad business and also realized he had removed one of her firearms from her home and convinced him to turn himself in.
"He started confessing to all kinds of stuff," Breece said. "He may very well have cleared up some other crimes for us which I can't comment on because they're still under investigation.
"We had begun to wonder, if he kept going, whether we would ultimately find out who killed President Kennedy."
Sangster was charged with grand larceny and, as of Monday morning, was still lodged at the Stone County Regional Correctional Facility with a $10,000 bond.