3 Suspects Arrested For String Of Car Burglaries In Palm Coast

By on September 5, 2017 in WNDB News

Palm Coast, FL – Three suspects have been arrested for allegedly burglarizing several cars in Palm Coast on Monday morning.

Four vehicle burglaries were reported on the morning of September 4 in the Woodlands area of Palm Coast. Flagler County Sheriff’s deputies and K-9s set up a perimeter and searched the area while investigators followed up on leads, including the use of a stolen credit card that was used at the Palm Coast Wal-Mart. Using surveillance video from that store investigators were able to identify the suspects.

Daryl Lasahy McCaskill, 19, Brian George, 19, and Ra’Quan Lockley, 18, were all taken into custody and booked at the Flagler County Detention Facility on charges of burglary of an automobile. Officials say the investigation is still ongoing and additional charges are possible.

“The men and women from our agency have been hard at work this Labor Day weekend,” Sheriff Rick
Staly said. “These dirtbags need to be dealt with harshly by the criminal justice system and put an end to the revolving door of the system. People work hard for their stuff and no one should steal it from them. Get a job like the rest of us.”

According to FCSO, several stolen items, including credit cards, have been recovered. All three suspects have prior arrests in Flagler County.

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