Burglary Suspects Face Charges
Investigators say they're used to seeing thieves break windows, and pick locks. But police say 19-year old Jerakye Deck and 20-year old Kyle Wadford had easy access to people's belongings, because the victims left their car doors unlocked.
Lake city police say a lot of the victim's a lot of the victims live in The Forest Hills subdivision. Officers say they can't emphasize enough how important it is to do simple things like locking your car door. Sgt. John Blanchard says, "A professional thief is going to find a way to do it anyway. But something this random of an act, may help you prevent being a victim in crime."
Blanchard also says people should remember to hide their phones, CDs, or I-pods before they get out the car.
Deck and Wadford both face burglary and theft charges. Police say they're still trying to locate more victims so those charges could multiply.
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