Two Florida Men went on a nine-business burglary spree and were caught on camera, ultimately leading to their arrest.
According to deputies, on Aug. 16, around 1:30 a.m., a series of commercial burglaries began taking place in the NW 10th St./US-27 corridor in Ocala, Florida.
Corey Bernard Johnson, 20, and Kasean Hassan Gray, 23, together broke into nine businesses within the city limits, and 11 others outside the city limits, causing thousands of dollars worth of damages.
Multiple Ocala Police Detectives started their investigations into these burglaries. Through video surveillance, detectives were able to identify the getaway car: a blue Kia sedan.
Surrounding law enforcement agencies were notified, and Gainesville Police Department found the car parked at a motel. Evidence from several of the burglaries was observed in the vehicle, including a cash register drawer and a checkbook belonging to one of the businesses.
The two burglars were taken into custody and were charged with multiple counts of commercial burglary and criminal mischief.
Gray is currently on supervised release status for burglary of a structure and is a violent felony offender.
Johnson is currently on probation for attempted second-degree murder and is considered a violent felony offender.
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