Juvenile burglary suspects arrested in Stafford

by | Apr 27, 2024 | Police and Fire, Ted Schubel

The Stafford Sheriff’s Office says arrestes have been made in a rash of burglaries that occurred late last year.
On November 9th, Nara Thai Cuisine, located at 432 Garrisonville Road, and Stafford Tobacco and Vape Shop, located at 296 Garrisonville Road, were broken into. Wine, cash, and vapes were taken. Camera footage showed two individuals burglarizing the businesses.
On December 8th, Stafford Tobacco and Vape Shop was burglarized again, along with Shaz Unique Studio Salon, located at 370 Garrisonville Road. Vapes, cash, and a laptop were taken. This time, it was discovered three suspects were involved and a red Ford truck was a vehicle of interest.
Also on December 8th, deputies responded to a report of a runaway juvenile. While investigating, the juvenile was dropped off back at home by a red Ford truck. The 17-year-old was wearing clothes that matched the third suspect involved.
On December 10th, deputies responded to Discount Tobacco and Vape, located at 282 Deacon Road, for another burglary. Aware of the number of burglaries occurring, deputies were in the area and were able to detain the suspect involved. Detectives were able to identify the 16-year-old as a suspect from both the November 9th and December 8th incidents.
The Sheriff’s Office says since December, detectives have been gathering additional evidence in order to identify the third suspect. In early April, the 17-year-old suspect was identified. All three juveniles received numerous criminal complaints, including breaking and entering, grand larceny, destruction of property, and conspiracy to commit a felony. All three were served on a detention order and held at the Juvenile Detention Center.

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