SHEBOYGAN, Wis. (WHBL) - The Sheboygan Falls man referred to as the “obituary burglar” is now facing 10 more counts of burglary and theft as authorities go through the truckload of evidence confiscated from his home last month. 62 year old Dennis Petrie had originally been charged with 21 counts after Petrie was caught nearly red-handed breaking into a home. Petrie was allegedly targeting estate sales and homes of people who had recently died and stealing numerous items over the past several years. According to the criminal complaint filed Monday, a witness told officers during the investigation that Petrie told him he would read about estate sales in the newspaper and then go to those locations at night and steal the items. The witness also described how Petrie had told him he broke into a shed in the Fond du Lac area, hooked up to a boat, loaded it with tools, and then drove off. Petrie was in court last week and was ordered to stand trial on the original charges. He is currently free on $25,000 bond pending his next court appearance.