ORCHARD PARK, NY — A 21-year-old Orchard Park man could be soon facing a slew of charges after a two-day crime spree, according to police.

Orchard Park Police say that Brandon R. Innes, of Orchard Park, is connected to five different incidents in a two-day period.

Police responded to a burglar alarm at about 3:35 a.m. Friday morning at the Rite Aid on North Buffalo Road. Upon arrival, police say a Innes was observed at the rear door apparently holding a screwdriver. Innes fled on foot but was apprehended after a short shoot pursuit. Innes never made it into the business, but attempted to pry open the rear door.

The following charges are pending: third-degree attempted burglary, resisting arrest, obstruction and possession of burglar tools.

After an investigation, Orchard Park Police also linked Innes to an overnight burglary at China Garden restaurant 4070 N. Buffalo Rd. Police say Innes entered the business through the rear door and stole an unspecified amount of money from a container located in the store.

The following charges are pending in the case: third-degree burglary and petit larceny.

Innes' troubles didn't stop there.

Police responded to a report of a $1,500 bicycle stolen from a garage at 11 Templeton Tr. in Orchard Park at 08:32 p.m. Friday

Police later located the bike at Innes' residence at about 12:12 a.m. Saturday after patrols responded to his address for a domestic incident where Innes was "freaking out."

Police discovered that Innes had caused an estimated $6,000 to $8,000 worth of damage to the house. Damage included holes in walls, broken windows, damage to cabinet doors, mirrors, tables, lights and other decorations. Paint was thrown on the garage walls and floor and a bathroom door had been kicked off of the hinges.

A family member was also pushed and thrown onto the bed, according to police.

Innes was charged with felony criminal mischief and harassment for the incident at his residence. He was held overnight for an arraignment.

Burglary and criminal possession of stolen property charges are pending in connection with the stolen bike.

Innes is also accused of stealing a $200 bottle from the Colonial Wines and Spirits on Southwestern Blvd on Friday night.

Management reported a man entered the store, concealed the bottle of wine in his pants, exited the store and departed on a dirt bike.

An investigation revealed Innes as the alleged perpetrator. He was charged with larceny.

Innes was arraigned Saturday for charges relating to the domestic incident at his house and the theft of wine.

Bail was set at $25,000 cash or $50,000 bond. He was unable to post bail and was taken to the Erie County Holding Center.

Other charges are pending.