Suspect Arrested for Grand Theft and Dealing in Stolen Property
Levy County Sheriff's Office detectives arrested Chad Alexander Cumbo, 25, on Tuesday for grand theft and dealing in stolen property.
On Aug. 25, 2009 the victim reported that she had been living in a shed at 13071 NE 75 Place Bronson. The property belonged to Cumbo and the victim moved out leaving some of her belongings behind in the shed, according to authorities.
The victim attempted to retrieve her belongings on several occasions but was denied by the property owner, according to the Levy County Sheriff's Office. The victim reported that a surround system, mini refrigerator, jewelry and window air conditioner--all valued at $2,150-- were stolen from the shed.
Through the investigation, Detective Mike Bell recovered the stolen air conditioner and identified Cumbo as selling it for $20. Cumbo was then arrested for grand theft and dealing in stolen property.
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