A Florida man, out of jail on bond on burglary charges, accidentally shot himself in the leg with a firearm stolen from one vehicle while in the act of breaking into a car at another home on January 4th.

Florida Man Seen On Camera In Woman’s Stolen White ‘Sperry Boots’ Accidentally Shoots Himself In The Leg

A Florida man, out of jail on bond on burglary charges, accidentally shot himself in the leg with a firearm stolen from one vehicle while in the act of breaking into a car at another home on January 4th.
28-year-old Justin McCall

A Florida man, out of jail on bond on burglary charges, accidentally shot himself in the leg with a firearm stolen from one vehicle while in the act of breaking into a car at another home on January 4th.

Investigators say that 28-year-old Justin McCall was arrested by the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office on January 5th on charges of grand theft, burglary to a structure, car burglary, and felony violation of probation.

The incident started the morning of January 4th when a woman living on Highway 85 north of Crestview called the OCSO to report a man was outside of her home saying he had been shot.

OCSO deputies found McCall with a gunshot wound to his leg. He was taken to a hospital for treatment.

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The OCSO investigation revealed McCall had been captured on several residential video cameras in the area committing a series of car and residential burglaries.

A homeowner on Zach Avenue says she discovered someone had broken into her car and taken her purse. Later while watching a neighbor’s surveillance video, she saw McCall on camera wearing her white Sperry boots, which had been in her home’s garage.

At the time of these crimes, Mcall was out on bond for two burglaries. He was also on felony probation for a previous theft of a firearm.

Overall, he has 13 felony guilty convictions since 2012 in Florida, including six for burglary, four for grand theft, and one for grand theft of a firearm.

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