Twin brothers in Florida have both been arrested, five days apart, for multiple vehicle and residential burglaries.

Twin Brothers In Florida Arrested 5 Days Apart After Grand Theft Auto Spree

Twin brothers in Florida have both been arrested, five days apart, for multiple vehicle and residential burglaries.

According to investigators, a truck stolen out of Crestview, Florida was recovered off North Jackson Street in Freeport on Sunday.

Deputies spotted a white male with red hair fleeing the area and a reverse 9-1-1 was sent to residents.

The following day William Frazier, 19, was arrested in the area for loitering and prowling after a resident spotted him in her backyard.

Twin brothers in Florida have both been arrested, five days apart, for multiple vehicle and residential burglaries.
William Frazier, 19 and Caleb Frazier,19 (we think)

On Tuesday, deputies say, a white male with “sneakingly similar” features to William was captured on video stealing a Chevy Silverado on Bulldog Road in Freeport. The truck was later recovered stuck on River Road in Red Bay.

Investigators say that late Wednesday evening, a car and an SUV were reported stolen off of County Highway 183 S in the Red Bay/Ponce de Leon area.

The victim told deputies the vehicles were last seen around 7:30 pm. Video from the property showed two white males stealing a Monte Carlo and then returning for a Jeep several minutes later.

One of them was described as having red, curly hair.

Less than 12 hours later deputies arrested Caleb Frazier, also 19, on State Highway 81 after he was spotted driving the stolen Jeep Compass. The Monte Carlo was located in the woods shortly after on Mack Edwards Road.

Walton County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the link between the Frazier brothers and the arrest of three individuals responsible for multiple vehicle burglaries and a stolen car in the Verandas in Freeport on Tuesday.

“Sidenote: If you’re from a small town and you have bright red curly hair, more likely than not you’ll be easy to spot. Especially if you have a carbon copy. We’re here if you need us,” said Walton County Sheriff’s Office.

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