FCSO Arrests Two Serial Burglars In Two Days

(Left to right: Justin Aldrich and Justin Wilson, courtesy of FCSO)

Palm Coast, FL - Over the past two days, Flagler County Sheriff's deputies have arrested not one but two serial burglars on outstanding warrants. FCSO Public Affairs Manager Brittany Kershaw says 41-year-old Justin Aldrich was arrested yesterday (August 14) and 36-year-old Justin Wilson was arrested this morning (August 15).

Aldrich was arrested on two active warrants, one in Flagler County for Violation of Pre-Trial Services in relation to a July 27 residential burglary on Louisiana Drive in Palm Coast. The other warrant is out of Volusia County for Order to Revoke Bond in relation to a residential burglary on Kilgallen Court in Ormond Beach on July 22. An FCSO Sergeant saw Aldrich driving on Belle Terre Parkway around 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, He conducted a traffic stop and Aldrich was arrested.

Using investigative techniques and with the assistance of Flagler County Emergency Fire Flight, FCSO was able to locate wanted fugitive Justin Wilson around 11 a.m. today (August 15). Kershaw said Wilson was wanted for two commercial burglaries that happened on July 15 at two businesses located on Utility Drive in Palm Coast. Wilson stole two laptops and various tools valued at $2400 from one business and another laptop, two Bluetooth speakers and some cash valued at about $800 from the other business. He was taken into custody for active Flagler County warrants. Wilson also has eight active warrants in Volusia County. He will be extradited as soon as he goes before a judge in Flagler County.

“These are serial burglars need to face the crimes they have committed and learn from their mistakes to become productive members of society,” Sheriff Staly said. “Now they are in the Green Roof Inn to answer for their crimes and then they will be extradited to Volusia to face their charges there.”


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