‘Teflon con’ who loves bail reform is back in custody for more alleged burglaries


The alleged serial burglar who’s taken full advantage of the state’s “great” bail reform laws by knocking over a slew of Big Apple businesses has landed back in custody, police said Wednesday.

Charles Wold was busted Tuesday on charges he broke into three more places last month in Park Slope, pocketing money from cash registers and a lock box, according to cops.

Wold, 58, was pinched while smoking a cigarette in his slippers outside his home in Park Slope, according to a relative.

He is accused of breaking into Tava restaurant on Dec. 5 and taking money from a lock box — just over a week after a judge was forced to spring him on felony burglary raps in another case because he couldn’t set bail on the charges.

Wold also allegedly burglarized a Just Salad eatery on Seventh Avenue on Christmas Day, swiping money from the cash register,…

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