suspects busted in hernando county for burglarizing home

Brooksville Homeowner Helps Bust Two Hernando County Burglars

BROOKSVILLE, Fla. – On Wednesday at 2:50 p.m., a Brooksville homeowner responded to a residence she owns on Noddy Tern Road, where she observed two unauthorized individuals removing items from the home.

The home is in the process of being remodeled.

The victim called 911 to advise Deputies that the suspects got into a white Toyota Tacoma and fled the area. The victim proceeded to follow the suspects’ vehicle to the area of Cortez Boulevard and Deltona Boulevard where she observed a passenger exit the vehicle.

The driver continued south of Deltona Boulevard before turning left onto Northcliffe Boulevard. Deputies were able to conduct a traffic stop on the suspect’s vehicle in the area of Northcliffe Boulevard and Oriole Avenue.

The driver later identified as Luke Allen DOB/05-02-2003 exited the vehicle while offering to return the stolen items.

Allen provided the identity of the individual who participated in the burglary as Logan Beadleson DOB/05-24-1986.

Deputies responded to Beadleson’s residence on Deltona Boulevard where they took him into custody. Deputies located various stolen items from the victim’s residence to include an air conditioning handler, a spool of wire, and copper from a water heater.

While on scene at the traffic stop a 16-year-old girl approached deputies claiming to be Allen’s girlfriend. The teen insisted on speaking to Allen and refused to leave the scene as requested by law enforcement. After several warnings, the teen was arrested on a charge of ‘Resisting without Violence’. She was later released into the custody of her parents.

Both Allen and Beadleson were charged with Burglary of a Structure. Allen was released into the custody of a guardian. Beadleson was held on $2,000 bond.

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