Clay County Florida Burglary and Theft Arrests Possible

Orange Park Burglary LawyerClay County Sheriff’s Office gives a crime watch report for crimes committed in Clay County.  This area includes Orange Park, Fleming Island, Green Cove Springs, Keystone Heights, and Penney Farms.  In a recent article, Clay County Criminal Defense Lawyer for Theft and Burglary, I set forth the Florida theft crimes in the area from August 24 – 26.  This article has more information from the Florida Times Union.  Here are the crime statistics for burglary to a structure in Clay County, Florida.  This does not include Jacksonville theft crimes and Jacksonville burglary arrests, because the crime statistics do not cover Duval County, Florida.

8/24/12:

  1. “The locking mechanism was removed from a safe and three cash drawers and a cash bag were removed at Checkers on Blanding Boulevard, Orange Park. Entry was made by forcing the drive-through window.”
  2. “An air conditioning window unit and a 5-foot ladder were stolen from a residence on Louie Carter Road in Maxville. Entry was made through a broken window in the rear of the residence.”
  3. “A 47-inch 3D television set, an LG BluRay Player, an HP desktop computer, 200 DVDs, a Hi Point 9mm rifle, a 12- gauge Mossberg shotgun, five Abu Garcia fishing poles, two boxes of 12 gauge shells and a box of 9mm shells were stolen from a residence on Thunder Road, Middleburg. Entry was made by forcing the rear door.”
  4. “A class ring, a wedding band, two flat screen television sets, an Xbox with controls, a watch and various jewelry items were stolen from a residence on Wintergreen Street, Middleburg. Entry was made by breaking a rear bedroom window.”
  5. “A change purse and a pink iPod Nano were stolen from the center console of an unlocked vehicle in the driveway of a residence on Eagle Landing Parkway, OakLeaf.”

8/25/12:

  1. “A Campbell Hausfeld nail gun was stolen from an unsecured shed behind a residence on Oak Forest Lane, Keystone Heights. Although the door to the shed was locked, the window was left open.”
  2. “A 3-foot diameter hole was found in the exterior wall of Hess Express on Blanding Boulevard, Orange Park. The hole backed up to a cigarette machine.”
  3. “A 16-foot ladder and about 2,000 comic books were stolen from a shed at a residence on County Road 214, Keystone Heights. Entry to the shed was made by prying the lock off.”
  4. “Currency was stolen from a vehicle at the creek on Main Street, Middleburg. Entry was made by breaking the driver’s side window.”

8/26/12:

  1. “A purse was stolen from an unlocked vehicle at a residence on White Heron Trail, Orange Park.”
  2. “Medications, CDs and gift cards were stolen from an unlocked vehicle at a residence on Golden Links Drive, Orange Park.”
  3. “The center console and glove box were rummaged through in an unlocked vehicle at a residence on Brittany Bluff Drive, Orange Park. No items were missing.”
  4. “An iPod was stolen from an unlocked vehicle and a pair of tennis shoes were stolen from another unlocked vehicle at a residence on Turnstone Court, Orange Park.”
  5. “Three vehicles were entered and ransacked at a residence on Snowy Egret Trail, Orange Park. A backpack was taken from the trunk of one vehicle; nothing appeared to be missing from the other two. There were no signs of forced entry.”
  6. “A pillow and a five pack of air fresheners were stolen from an unlocked vehicle in the driveway of a residence on Woodbriar Drive., Orange Park.”

If you are being investigated for burglary or dealing in stolen property in Jacksonville or Northeast Florida, contact a Clay County attorney.  If your child is being questioned by police, call a Jacksonville juvenile lawyer at 904-564-2525.  You may call or email.  Clay County burglary detectives will be investigating these allegations.

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